Lord, may I never have enough time...
Lord, may I never have enough time to:
~Gaggle about town (via the car, telephone, or Internet), gossiping and slandering others.
~Complain about how little time I have.
~Worry about what people think of me as I obey God and mind my own business.
~Contemplate what "could have been" so that I grow discontent and covetous.
~Grow dissatisfied with my role as a wife and mother.
~Pursue selfish ambitions to the detriment of my family or the disregard of Scripture.
~Obsess over my weight, my looks, or growing old.
~Listen to the vain philosophies of the world regarding the training of my children.
~Watch a women's talk show or soap opera.
~Read blogs that reveal the supposed sins of other Christians.
~May I be so busy taking care of and enjoying that which God has given me, that it never occurs to me to covet that which belongs to my neighbor.
~Compare myself to others.
~See the faults in my husband and children or speak negatively about them to others.
~Spend so much time doing for others that I neglect my family.
~Read, watch and/or listen to things that are of no value.
~Waste time, money, or resources.
Lord, may I always have time to:
~Read and contemplate the Word of God.
~Pray and seek God.
~Repent and ask forgiveness from those I've offended.
~Believe the best of others and their motives.
~Trust God's providence.
~Appreciate having a husband who loves me.
~Actively respect and please my husband.
~Love, train, and nurture my children, rather than giving them to others who may seemingly do a better job.
~Listen to my children and laugh at their jokes.
~Encourage other women to love their husbands and care for their families.
~Help those in need and be available when those needs arise.
~Be thankful for the blessings of God.
~Sit and read a book with my children.
~Stop what I'm doing that pleases me and spend time playing with my children.
~Clean, cook and serve my family with a well kept home and nutritious meals.
~Check on my neighbors.
~Make my home a welcoming and warm place for my family and others.
~Teach my children the ways of the Lord daily.
~Bless my husband in everything I say and do.
~Watch for the needs of my family and be ready to meet them and lighten their loads.
~Care for those who are sick, comfort those who mourn and be a blessing to those who are lonely.
I know I will think of more to add to both lists, but this is what I have so far. It has been a blessing to me already!