A. W. Tozer once wrote, “Time is a resource that is nonrenewable and nontransferable. You cannot store it, slow it up, hold it up, divide it up or give it up. You can’t hoard it up or save it for a rainy day–when it’s lost it’s unrecoverable. When you kill time, remember that it has no resurrection.” God tells us in Psalm 90:12 that we should treasure time as a valuable commodity. Every day is precious, and we should treasure it and number it. It has been written somewhere, “Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is mystery. Today is a gift … that’s why it is call the “present!” What a great gift God has given to us, it is called, “Today.” Embrace each moment, and enjoy the direction of the Lord. Even in the dark moments of life, the Psalm writer said, “Yea, though I walk, through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil. . .” How can he do that? He continues the verse when he answers, “FOR YOU ARE WITH ME,” He continues his explanation by saying, “Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.” (Psalm 23:4). God not only goes before us in the midst of all our circumstances, He goes with us. He is never ahead of us, and He is not lagging behind. He is with us every moment of every day. May we remember the Words of Psalm 90:12 and learn to “Number our days!”