That would be like saying the laws of physics “allow” the physical universe to work. That isn’t exactly true, though, is it?
The laws of physics describe how the universe works by characterizing the orderliness and relatedness of the various sub-components of the universe. The laws of physics don’t, however, do anything. They aren’t efficacious in the sense that they don’t actually cause anything to occur. There are underlying causes, the metaphysical substrate that actually does bring about and maintain the order and workings of the universe.
Time, then, isn’t causal. It doesn’t create change, neither does it “allow” (in whatever sense you mean) change. Roughly speaking, time is an aspect of universe, just like the workings, order and precision that are described mathematically by the laws physics are aspects of the universe, but neither time nor the laws of physics have any active role in the creating or sustaining the universe. Something obviously does, but both time and the laws of physics are ways that we try to quantify the causal order to try and make sense of it. Neither of them actually “allow” anything.