By James A. Harnish
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Today, O God, give me the assurance that I am not alone. Especially when the pressures of life are great, calm my anxious spirit and let me trust in you completely. Amen. --Romans 12:5 In the days of our youth, many of us participated in some kind of group activity. It may have been in athletics, debate, a school band, or an orchestra. But we were part of a team. We learned how to work together: to support and encourage each other, to cover for each other's mistakes, to fail or succeed together.
Take a break; ease off,” they said. “I am doing a great work and I cannot come down,” Nehemiah replied. He was convinced of the importance of the project, and he knew its success depended upon his vision and leadership. He felt in his heart that he was following God's will. Though twenty-five hundred years have come and gone since Nehemiah's time, it is still essential for us, like Nehemiah, to have a clear vision of who we are-God's dearly loved children--and what God wants for our lives--to be God's representatives to the world.
God wants you and me to live this way, with our eyes focused on Christ, from this day forward. Help me, O God, to concentrate on the joys of this day and on the love you offer; and give me the courage to stick to it. Amen. -Romans 8:26 Sometimes even God doesn't know what to say. Or maybe it's that God understands words just aren't enough when the hurt is too great or the pain too much. There are moments in life when no matter how verbally gifted we may be, words simply cannot explain what's happened or repair the damage.
365 Meditations for Men by James A. Harnish