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                                                                          ~Fredrik Wisloff. (n.d.). Rest a while.

We are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them (Eph. 2:10).

God has a plan for our life. This plan embraces even the trivial matters of everyday life. We are to walk in the good works which God has prepared for us. Each day some task awaits us — some service to be rendered, a gift to be given, a kindness to be shown, some happiness to be brought to someone. Each day has its plan. Good works He’s waiting for us to do them. The important thing is that we be so wide awake as to see them, and that we be willing to assume our obligations.

There is no better way of forgetting our own sorrows than to enter into the good works that God has prepared for us.

The insignificant things of everyday life are lifted to a higher plane when I am able to see that God has a definite purpose in everything that happens. Even that which in itself may appear unimportant will then be bathed in the radiance of God's heaven.

In the morning we usually say to ourselves in happy anticipation: I wonder what is God's plan for me this day, and then we cheerfully turn to the day's tasks. The greatest and most important part of God's plan is our daily work. This work must become, as it were, a workship service to the glory of God. But in addition to our daily work there are the many other things which God has prepared for us.

You may be sure that such a good work awaits you today.

Blessings,

Pastor Paul

 

 

 

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