While We Still Have Daylight


“While we still have daylight” were words uttered by my father in law regarding working on my husband’s, his son’s mower, “Dad” on March 25th, 2012, 2 days before the Lord took him home.

While we still have daylight, we should show others how important they are to us. We should hug freely and be honest about how we feel. While we still have daylight, we should never be too afraid to share openly. We should give generously and smile irrationally. We should always be willing to hold our hand out to help another up. While we still have daylight, we should believe without a shadow of doubt who we are in Christ Jesus. We should act as though we are not of this world, because it’s true, we aren’t. We should be the individuals we have always believed we could be. While we still have daylight, we should know that there is a plan and a future for us beyond this earth, but know that we have one here as well. We should show others love for no other reason than God first loved us. We should thank our Creator each and every day for the many blessings He heaps on us, while we still have daylight.


About chronicchristian

I am a mother of 2 children who I realized not long ago I can't call "toddlers" anymore, married to the best man in the world for 12 years and chasing after what God wants for my life. I currently deal with some symptoms and have for the past 9 years, that resemble an autoimmune illness. Currently my own body is attacking my thyroid (seems it could find something better to do) and the doctors I've seen are at a loss as to what the plan might be. I believe God has the very best plan and that He is doing something awesome and she who guards her lips guards her life. This blog is good therapy. Maybe not for you, but definitely for me. God is good and I intend to prove it.

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