The word kairos comes from an Ancient Greek term translated as the “right time” or “opportune moment” to do or say something. It is a time when conditions are right for the accomplishment of a crucial action : the opportune and decisive moment.
The word kairos could also mean “opportunity,” “season,” or “fitting time.” This kairos is a special time, the chosen time. It’s God’s time, powerful and right, fixed by Him and to be used for His purposes.
The kairos moments, are not known precisely, but we are to know they come at God’s will and command, and we are to have faith and hope that they will, indeed, occur, though nobody knows the exact hour or day.
We are called by God to be people of faith, to trust Him, His perfect will, and His perfect time. It can be a challenge to wait patiently on God and God’s time. But that challenge is something God asks us to do, and so we must—with joy, with hope, and with love for one another. It also factors into doing what God asks when He asks it
Title: A Kairos Time
– Archbishop Duncan Williams