God gave us mornings. He didn’t have to. Think about it: God decided to create us with the need to sleep, and He created a sun to set and a moon to rise and then a sun to waken us with a new morning.
It’s a fresh resurrection every day of our lives. It’s a fresh start and a resetting of not only the body but also the mind and heart.
My husband says, “I love the new morning!” Especially after a rough yesterday of one or two poor choices, inconveniences, disappointments, or anything that’s disillusioned us, we now start fresh.
Brew the coffee. Gaze out onto the new morning. Even the dew symbolizes a washing by water of yesterday. The sun’s golden light scatters the darkness of a day gone. I thank the Lord for new mornings and fresh starts.
Today is a new day.