“Lord, make me to know mine end, and the measure of my days, what it is; that I may know how frail I am” (Psalm 39:4).
I’ve been thinking about how short and fragile our lives are. We don’t know the “measure” of our days. We don’t know how many days we have left. However, there is one thing we do know: We will live those days for Christ.
The number of days remaining isn’t essential. How we spend them is critical. There’s a difference between life and quality of life. Quality of life comes through God. He makes our lives extraordinary. He makes life worth living!
As we go about our lives today, let’s keep this verse in mind. Let’s meditate on the measure of our days and how we can bring glory and honor to the Father with our remaining days.
When you’re faced with opposition today, glorify God. When faced with conflicting choices, go with the one that honors God. When you feel alone, put on your garment of praise and magnify Jesus. Lift Him up today, tomorrow, and every day after that.
We don’t know the measure of our days, but we know we can fill them with the Lord.