I have learned dates can be redeemed by God. I lost my mother on Mother's Day, May 13th and five years later on the same date, my sweet daughter married her Godly husband. God redeemed a date---and though I always remember the loss of Momma on that date, I also turn my thoughts to the wonderful wedding on the same date.
The same God who designed an intricately complex system in which we live hears our every cry. The same God who placed our planets into orbit around our source of heat and light also created the dark of night. The same God who designed the rotation of the Earth so that we would have defined hours of light and dark also knows the darkness of our grief. The same God who orders the days of our lives also counts our tears.
Among God's wonderful promises is the assurance the sun will come up tomorrow. When the days of intense remembrance draw you into the deep well of intense pain, there is one thing I have learned--one thing I do know---the sun will come up tomorrow. Life will go on--it will look different--but it can be filled with joy. Hold on---it is only 24 hours--one day--and tomorrow the sun will come up--you can count on it!
That men may know from the rising to the setting of the sun That there is no one besides Me. I am the LORD, and there is no other