The Psalms consistently bear witness to the complete dependence on God which is demonstrated for us by the Prophet David. "Every moment of my life is in your hands," (30/31:15) is more than a declaration of David's personal feelings in a time of distress. It is a Truth of our Faith. We do not believe that God set everything in motion at creation and has since left us to our own devices. God is ever active in the role of Creator. God is constantly involved in the continued existence of the universe. It is becoming ever easier to forget this Truth. As technology advances and we become increasingly self-sufficient, we can forget that every moment of our lives is in God's hands. Many of the spiritual practices of our Church are opportunities for us to remember our dependence on God. What can we do this Lent to make ourselves more aware of this reality?