All Day

“From the rising of the sun to its setting, the name of the Lord is to be praised.” (Psalm 113:3)

Dawn. Awake. Crisp. Air. Rested. Birds. Chirp. Dew. Alive. Dog. Out. Run. Newspaper. Coffee. Shower. Sing. Pray. Sing. Shave. Nick. Bagel. Oranges. Wheaties. Kiss. Kids. Lunchboxes. Kiss. School. Briefcase. Commute. Radio. News. Noise. Honk. Reports. Meetings. Coffee. Spill. Laugh. Argue. Create. Confront. Joke. Appointment. Lunch. Sandwich. Salad. Pie. No. Fruit. Office.

Midday. Phone. Conference. Call. Scribble. Email. Fax. Deadline. Wired. Wireless. Headset. Pace. Wrangle. Buy. Sell. Trade. Tylenol. Interrupt. Call. Home. Smile. Love. Truth. Good. God. Commute. Store. Forget. Return. Store. Traffic. Radio. News. Noise. Horn. Home. Kids. Run. Jump. Play. Wrestle. Laugh. Remember.

Dusk. Crickets. Chirp. Sky. Orange. Breeze. Streetlights. Flicker. Dinner. Family. Laugh. Highchair. Spill. Laugh. Mop. Ice-cream. Yes. Chocolate. Vanilla. Strawberry. Mom. Dad. Walk. Twilight. Talk. Hands. Share. Laugh. Remember. Kids. Bed. Up. Bed. Drink. Bed. Monsters. Bed. Hushed. Quiet. Kisses. Rest. Good. God. Good.

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Dig Deeper:

Write a few words that describe the flow of your day. How can these lead you to worship God? Then meditate on Psalm 113:3.

Prayer:

God of the rising and the setting sun, I want to experience You in the midst of the day, throughout it and intertwined with it. Don’t allow me to be content to just give You portions of it. I want all of You in all of me.

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