It seems obvious. When you acknowledge God, of course, the week is his. The day is his. The moment is his.
Even when you don’t acknowledge God, his authority in the week, day, and moment remain the same.
But how we actually approach the week, day, and moment matter. We can say we seek and follow God well, but that doesn’t mean we do. We can say we let him lead, but that doesn’t mean we do. We can say we let him invade our schedule, priorities, and attitudes, but we wander.
Following him well demands persistence, not perfection. Effort matters. Attitude matters. Humility matters. Truth matters.
Will this week be his in your mind and practice?