“For you have delivered me from death and my feet from stumbling, that I may walk before God in the light of life.” --Psalm 56:13
As autumn waxes, dawn comes later and later. In the final week before Daylight Savings Time ends, I’m walking Lexi in the dark. It makes us both nervous and a little jittery. I’m relieved when we reset our clocks and “fall back.” Then the sun rises earlier, and Lexi and I can walk in the light. We Christians are also eager to walk in the light. That’s why Christmas feels like a relief. But every day, any day, God can deliver us from shadows and from fear. He can prevent us from stumbling in the darkness. God shines the Light of Life—who is Jesus Christ—on our path. For Christians, “Daylight Saving Time” began when Christ saved us from sin and death. When we walk with God, we’re always walking in the Light.
Dear God, Thank you that I can walk with you in the light of life. Amen