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Devotional - Wednesday, April 12, 2017 102/263

Today's Scripture: "For the far side of the tabernacle, westward, you shall make six boards." Ex 26:22

5748. Because you stop working on it doesn't mean it's finished. JG


See it.

Zip it up

Live it.

It's easy to visualize a plan, but it's quite another to actually work it. Add to that the fact that a project tends to grow when you consider the details. Put it all together, add the unexpected and extended completion time can add to the frustration.

This week project EOL advanced without me. My sister found herself in a SNF (Skilled Nursing Facility) and upon visiting her with my brother and her daughter-in-law, I could plainly see what lay ahead for them. I found my sister and her potential care-giver, unaware of the options and reality of elder care. They needed my new book, as will millions of other people, but it is isn't ready to publish. Having encountered seasonal congestion, I found myself feeling down emotionally and unable to continue working on it. Hopefully, I can restart what I stopped working on last week.

Pray it.

Thank You, God, that you've never stopped working on me.


Keywords: Work; Finish; Purpose

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