January 11th – Work Your Part

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Small is the way of the ant, but great is his part in the whole. Each cell plays the role of its design, given no great place of its own, but in its place, produces its own greatness. You are seen.  My eyes are pleased with the honest and fervent work of My children. Great in your place is your work. Called as holy in the midst of many hands, yours I see and strengthen. My breath goes out to even the smallest creature and life enters it.  It crawls and toils invisibly in the midst of a world greater than its understanding, and My breath remains in it until its work is complete. I alone know its toil. I alone know its necessity. You have My breath – life given that many will have even greater life. Your toil is of holy accord, dancing with all creation in a concert of work for a Greater Will yet unknown to those that compose its many parts. Lift your work to Me. It is a sacrifice of praise touching many that know My touch no other way. Salt and light bring My touch to a dull and dark world. Speak with your work as I speak through you. My eternal breath given to you.

Prov. 30:24-28 (ESV) – Four things on earth are small, but they are exceedingly wise:
The ants are a people not strong, yet they provide their food in the summer;
The rock badgers are a people not of might, yet they make their homes in the cliffs;
The locusts have no king, yet all of them march in rank;
The lizard you can take in your hands, yet it is in kings’ palaces.

Bottom Line:  No part is too small. You are part of a great concert of work. Everything is visible and remembered by God. Play your part well, and let His Word work through you today.

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