Tuesday, March 12, 2019
It's About Time
Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.
Do any of you detest the bi-annual time change as I do? Especially the one we just endured, where we lose that precious hour of sleep? Here it is, Tuesday, and I've yet to recover. I have to set my alarm to force myself up at an irregular time in the morning, lest that precious part of the day slips away from me.
I know, I know. Eventually, my body will make the necessary adjustments. I just wish, as a country, we'd choose either standard or daylight savings time, and simply stick to it year round.
Hey, I can dream, can't I?
If anything good can come out of the inconvenience of changing every clock in the house, it's the realization that time is relative. It is, after all, a human invention, and as such, can be altered to fit the season. Even though my internal clock might rebel in the moment, time marches on, with or without my consent.
And I'd better keep that straight, or be late for work, school, appointments, and everything in between!
There is ultimate comfort, however, in knowing that Father God is beyond time. No watches or alarms for Him! The Lord is unchanging, immutable, all-mighty, and all-powerful. And thankfully, Jesus is the same yesterday and today and forever.
No matter what time it is here on earth, it's always the right time to invite Jesus into our hearts. He is the eternal way, truth and life.
So, my friends, if you've yet to ask Jesus to be the Lord of your life, I pray that you will decide it's about time!
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