You will never "find" time for anything. If you want time, you must make it. –Buxton
As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith. Galatians 6:10
I remember the first opportunity I was given to speak. It was the opening devotions for Sunday School. We met for a few minutes for the pastor to make some announcements and then the Sunday School Superintendent would give a quick challenge. Well, He rotated some of the men in the church and I had told him I would do it. So it was my turn. I got up, did the devotion, dismissed, and we went to Sunday School. The teacher did the normal Sunday School business and when he began to teach he said, well Bro. Jay has already taught the lesson in about 5 minutes in which we were supposed to do this morning so let me move onto the next lesson. The class erupted in laughter and we went to the next lesson. What I didn’t know was at the beginning of the book was the devotion section and I had went into the Sunday School lesson itself—oh well.
What do you do? Quit serving? Quit growing the gifts God has given? NO! When the opportunity knocks again, you answer and say, Here am I, use me Lord!