If all you can do is all you can do, then do all you can do to do all you can do.
But if you’re not doing all you can do to do all you can do, then how much do you really want what it is you do the thing you do for?
It’s not all about do, do, do; it’s about “whatsoever you do, do it heartily, as to the LORD, and not unto men” (Col. 3:23).
Now, go do the thing that you do!
Time for a random picture taken by my daughter, Katie. 🙂 Enjoy!
Above is a link to a post from my daughter Katie’s blog, Shutter Elf. It impressed me so much that I wanted to share it with you.
You see, Katie is only 16 (on March 4th, tomorrow), but she loves the Lord and has developed a sense of wisdom like few her age. When I read this post (and saw her photograph), I said to my wife, “I’m done. She doesn’t need me anymore. I’ve taught her all I can. She’ll be fine.”
I hope you check out her photos and comments. She would be excited if you left a comment of your own. Maybe you could even wish her a happy 16th birthday?
And, if you want to know, she loves biology. Check out her post about the dandelion.