<< Grace Moments Devotions

Grace Moments Devotions - November 17, 2018

  • 2018 Nov 17

November 17
“There aren’t enough hours in a day.”
Diana Kerr

Have you ever said something like that? I totally understand. Sometimes life feels like you’re running on a treadmill while someone keeps pushing the button to increase the speed faster and faster.

Twenty-four hours never feels like enough. If only we had more time! A couple extra hours a day would make all the difference! Or maybe an extra week to be able to catch up, right? (How do I know your thoughts? Because I have the exact same thoughts myself.)

The truth is that God will accomplish through you what he needs to accomplish in the time available. Our almighty God is the one who came up with 24-hour days after all. If God thinks that’s good enough, it is. I love the end of the book of Job when God challenges Job’s frustrations and puts him in his place for questioning God: “Where were you when I laid the earth’s foundation? Tell me, if you understand. . . . Have you ever given orders to the morning, or shown the dawn its place?” (Job 38:4,12).

In other words, God’s the boss man and he knows what he’s doing. You can wish for more time, but you’re not going to get it. You can’t make your days longer. What you can do is your best and leave the rest in God’s hands. After all, if everything in life depended on us, no amount of hours would ever, ever be enough.

How to find hope even when your heart’s hurting

Grief Doesn’t Have the Last Word: The Promise of Blessing in Seasons of Sorrow will restore hope and awaken faith through the revelation and truth of God’s Word. And as it does, you’ll recognize that God—not grief—has the final word.

In your free book download, you’ll read how to:

• Be okay with not understanding all of God’s ways
• Allow grief to change you for the better
• Let Jesus satisfy your deepest needs
• Anticipate the joy of heaven

Sign up to get your free download of this book today!

Find out more >

For more from Time of Grace visit them at TimeofGrace.org.

More Grace Moments Devotions Articles

Follow Crosswalk.com