One April Monday, however, the day after Daylight Saving Time went into effect, the boy was late coming home. When he finally arrived, a few minutes before 6 p.m., his mother scolded him for being late. "You know you are to be home by five," she said, "and here it is nearly six."
Puzzled, the little boy pointed out the window. "But the light," he protested, "the light; it's the light that tells me when to come home."
Realizing what had happened, his mother smiled and gently explained that the day before the time had been changed, that everyone had reset their clocks and, now, the daylight lasted longer.
The boy's eyes narrowed. "Does God know about this?" he asked suspiciously.
We smile when we read this, but there are times in our lives when we feel like asking the same question. I’ve got a mountain of bills: does God know about this? Nothing seems to be going right in my life: does God know about this? It feels sometimes as if my body is falling apart: does God know about this? We can be assured that God does indeed know, and there is nothing which escapes His notice.
--Rocky Henriques, www.uticabc.com