Is it objects or possessions? These may be the first things that come to mind because we are used to thinking of things in terms of monetary value. A new flat screen television is more valuable than an old black and white one.
Or maybe you value time—where you would rather spend your time, or how much time spent earning something you really wanted.
Whether we realize it or not, we place value on people, things, and ways of life, and those values may change over time.
As a new mother, I valued sleep over staying up late to watch a movie. While more recently, I’ve realized spending time hanging out with my family is more valuable to me than spending time online.
Over time, and as our lives change, we realize certain things hold greater or lesser importance to us than they may have before.
For Paul, his values changed when he came to know Christ.
And please join the conversation...How have your values changed as your faith has grown and as you’ve gone through different life stages?