If I did a DIY (Do It Yourself) project, does that mean I Did It Myself (DIM)? Probably , but for other reasons.
The thing is, I’m not that guy. The guy who has the wood working shop in the garage like my friend Mike’s dad. I have some very basic tools to get very basic jobs done. I have a skill saw, a drill with bits, a measuring tape, a couple of levels, and a right-angle thingy. I figured that it was enough to get the job done. You know what? I was right. But I learned a few things along the way and after.
Along the way…
After the fact…
As I thought through these things I think the Lord was showing me that ministry can be very much the same, even with regard to using very basic tools. I’ll let you read through the lists above and see if He points out any parallels for you in your life. Me me, most of them apply. (If only a couple of two-by-fours fixed church stuff, without going to jail for assault that is.)
Hopefully you will see many more things coming from this labor of love, er, desk.
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