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Accuracy is described as being precise: correct; to be exact, on target, to be free from error. This is desirable.
Speed means swiftness, rapid movement; haste. This is also good.
“If the iron be blunt, and he do not whet the edge, then must he put to more strength: but wisdom is profitable to direct.” – Ecclesiastes 10:10
When a thing is not accurate or precise on the word of God, we employ and apply natural strength, man’s wisdom, what we “know naturally” either by education, experience or by our connections. These things tire us and if we get results, they do not last. Because by strength shall no man prevail.
As the Word of God upholds all things, He has set time and stages for everything: a time to be born, a time to die, a time to gather, a time for everything. he spoke characteristics and time into every seed. He controls time and stages! (Dan. 2:21).
Today man thinks of changing the times and seasons (Dan 7:25) with education: science and technology – man’s methods – speed!
“Thinks”, because we seem to be succeeding, but, the end justifies the means. We seem to be speeding up everything but not precise or accurate on the plan of God! That explains the decay despite breakthroughs in science and technology.  We are in the age of speed: from analogue to digital, from home cooked food to fast food. Today, people eat week-old chicken, and not precise on the word or season of God for chickens, they lack vital health nutrients.
Parents hurry kids into adult life, skipping adolescence; the stage of truly knowing what life is all about and making the right choice. This has led to a drop in moral values, and the growth in confusion. People do not know what gender they belong to, or whether they are humans or animals!
In job, business and career people are in a hurry to make money, to make it big within the shortest possible time.
“Wealth from get-rich-quick schemes quickly disappears; wealth from hard work grows over time. ” – Prov. 13:11 (NLT)
“A faithful man shall abound with blessings: but he that maketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent.” – Prov. 28:20 (KJV)
Even in the things of God. We have sandwich services (less than one hour Church service). Result? Half baked Christians!
Let us slow down!
“Enthusiasm without knowledge is no good; haste makes mistakes.” – Prov. 19:2 (NLT)
Kings do not rush! If the world is rushing we can understand. But for kings (Christians)?
Slowing down shows our confidence in God, in His Word, and in His plans for us.
And this in turn, makes us thorough.
Remember, MORE HASTE LESS SPEED!

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