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Devotional - Monday, September 18, 2017 261/104

Today's Scripture: "With the work of an engraver in stone, like the engravings of a signet, you shall engrave the two stones with the names of the sons of Israel. You shall set them in settings of gold." Ex 28:11

5936. Notability tells us where we've been, not where we're going. JG


See it.

Trophy wax and wane

Live it.

Along with a lot of money, the golfer winning the British Open golf match each year across the pond gets the Claret Jug for a trophy. Inscribed on the silver trophy are the names of each winner so far. Added to the glory is being called the "Champion Golfer of the Year." Though it takes time to engrave the trophy, it is prepared while the players are still playing so they will see their name on it at the conclusion of play. Then a replica trophy is given the player for their keeping.

For the sake of recommendation, I've been collecting all commendations, awards and referrals from my past. Planning next year of ministry, I plan to approach many people to get started. I figure those who know me don't require such evidence of my work and integrity, but new people might before giving me a chance to prove it. The funny thing about the process is once an new opportunity is afforded and all things working out, there should be no further need to prove the past, only serve the present with new notability.

Pray it.

Whatever I do, I will do for Your glory, God, and wherever I do it depends on where You take me.


Keywords: Work; Mark; Remember

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