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by: Don Carmichael

05/03/2021

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What else is there that you do, morning, noon, and night, apart from enacting and consuming emails, texts, and social media checks?  Maybe complain?  Maybe groan and whine?
The Psalmist truthfully admits, “Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: And He shall hear my voice.” The first point or orderly thought might be the order or our thinking. We think a day begins with sunrise. The "ancients" followed the thought of Creation, where, “the evening and the morning were the first day.” That was for some reason God’s order. And how does it relate to us today? Perhaps it’s not about our work life, rather our life work that our day begins when we open the door to — home.
In another place he states, “I love the LORD (God Himself), because He has heard my voice and my supplications, my appeal for mercy.”  Again, evening and morning and at noon, He hears and knows our state.
Father, remind us evening, morning, and noon of Your holy disposition and awesome acts, and Your foundational love for us through the Cross.
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭55:17‬, Genesis‬ ‭1:5‬, Psalm‬ ‭116:1‬ ‭KJV‬‬ ‬‬

What else is there that you do, morning, noon, and night, apart from enacting and consuming emails, texts, and social media checks?  Maybe complain?  Maybe groan and whine?
The Psalmist truthfully admits, “Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: And He shall hear my voice.” The first point or orderly thought might be the order or our thinking. We think a day begins with sunrise. The "ancients" followed the thought of Creation, where, “the evening and the morning were the first day.” That was for some reason God’s order. And how does it relate to us today? Perhaps it’s not about our work life, rather our life work that our day begins when we open the door to — home.
In another place he states, “I love the LORD (God Himself), because He has heard my voice and my supplications, my appeal for mercy.”  Again, evening and morning and at noon, He hears and knows our state.
Father, remind us evening, morning, and noon of Your holy disposition and awesome acts, and Your foundational love for us through the Cross.
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭55:17‬, Genesis‬ ‭1:5‬, Psalm‬ ‭116:1‬ ‭KJV‬‬ ‬‬

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