Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might. — (Ecclesiastes 9:10, NIV)
Have you heard about the “one-note musician”? She inspected her violin, took her seat in the orchestra, arranged her music, and tuned her instrument. As the concert began, the conductor skillfully cued one group of musicians, then another, until finally the crucial moment arrived. It was time for her note to be played! The conductor signaled her, she sounded her note, and the moment was over. The orchestra played on and the “one-note musician” sat there quietly for the remainder of the concert, not disappointed that she’s played only one note, but with a sense of fulfillment and peace that she’d played it in time and with great gusto!
Have you heard of Ananias? He suddenly shows up in Acts 9, leads Saul of Tarsus to Jesus, and promptly disappears from the Bible…
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