Monday’s Moment

So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom (Psalm 90:12).
The word translated “number” presents the idea: to weigh out. As a created being, our life time is limited; our days are numbered. God alone is eternal; all other beings are created, therefore their time is limited.
We do not know how long our lives upon the earth will be. Our lives may be several years or our lives may be only a few minutes. The point of the psalm is for us to put to godly use whatever time we may have. We should not consume our time with being overly concerned about the length of time. Our concern should be upon the quality of time, in that it should all be to the glory of God.
The eternal God is the God of time. He created time (Genesis 1:1) and He holds time in His hand, by His word (II Peter 3:7). One day, God will stop time (II Peter 3:10) and that eternal day will begin (Revelation 22:5). What does eternity have to do with our numbering our days? All will be judged by God, according to the things done in this body (II Corinthians 5:10). Those who lived lives of disobedience against God, will be eternally lost; but those who lived lives of obedience unto God will live eternally in Heaven. It is not that we must know the number of days that we will live, but we must know how to give every day unto God.
Question: how am I giving today unto God?