What time is it?

How many times do we ask that question in a day’s time? If we don’t have a watch on, we have multiple clocks in our home. Our phones always have a display of time and temperature. So, why is time so important to us? Why do we have to be reminded? Did you know that clocks have been around since the 5th century BC. Most people would just look at the sun. Then they would put a stick in the ground to measure time. It’s called a sundial. The Chinese discovered a water clock in the 5th century BC. Clocks are based on 60 minutes an hour and 60 seconds a minute. Ever wonder where they got that? It’s your heartbeat, the rhythm of your body. Do you know why the oceans are so soothing? Because it’s the rhythm of your heart. It’s interesting how God put all this together. Why did God give us time? It’s to measure seasons and years. Back to the question. What time is it? Now is the time and today is the day of salvation.
Crain Blanchard.

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