You and I have a job to do this week.
Our tasks may be very different–and likely they are as unique as we are–but they are equally valid to the God who calls us to do them. What we do isn’t nearly as important as how we do it. Making a bed or dusting a countertop can have all of the importance of landing a multi-million-dollar deal or flying a plane cross-country if opportunities are taken to teach and learn and listen.
But the opposite is true as well.
Making a bed or dusting a countertop can be a sad waste of time if we complain or overlook the plethora of opportunities inherant in managing a home. Whatever God has called us to do this week is the very best thing we can do.
So let’s do it in the very best way.