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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Craft (as in handcraft) (02/08/07)

TITLE: Well Done
By Regina Russell
02/08/07


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God uses and blesses those who take the time to improve their craft and talents. When building the tabernacle, God requested those who were skilled with gold, wood and fabrics to step up to plate.

God, and might I say others, appreciate when we do a good job, improve and bring joy to others. Even at work, God asks that we do a good job so we won't be a burden to our employers.

Each one of us has a talent or a craft, be it writing, knitting, painting or handling money. Even investing money can be a craft.

What matters is our stewardship, our heart, our ethic and our desire to want to grow and improve and bring glory to God.

the devil is craft, but not in a good way. His craft is meant to deter us from the path, and to distract us and is meant for evil.

So we can use our craftiness for good or evil.

choose good. It'll work out better for you in the long run.


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Joanne Malley02/16/07
Very important truths! Thanks for sharing...Blessings, Jo
Edy T Johnson 02/19/07
"So we can use our craftiness for good or evil."

You and I are on the same wavelength regarding this week's topic (smile), so I appreciated reading this. I liked your title, too, even though it made me anticipate a story about baking! (ha)
Donna Emery02/22/07
Amen! You make a good point and you said a lot in a few words. Keep writing!