I will hasten and not delay
to obey your commands.
Satan sighs: “This one’s a tough customer. She’s doggedly determined to obey God. I don’t think I can win with her . . . unless . . . unless I can get her to put it off.”
If Satan can’t get you to be flagrantly disobedient, his next plan of attack will likely be a delay ploy: obey, but not yet; later.
When you obey God, you win, Satan loses—but not until then.
“Teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom (Ps 90:12).
Not a single second of the time God gives you today can be carried over as a credit to tomorrow.
Today is like the money in your pocket: you can spend it any way you choose, but you can only spend it once.
Delayed obedience is disobedience.