Sunday 30 August 2009

Christ's wobbly table.

If I may quote Martin Luther King: If it falls your lot to be a street sweeper, sweep streets like Michelangelo painted pictures.

Many people go through life enduring their job from day to day and treat it as a means to earn a living – and no more. And as time goes by, so does the pride they have in their work, and inevitably their standard of performance deteriorates.

Whatever job we have to do in life, whether it is an influential position of power or a carpenter like Christ, it is our duty, surely, to give it all the attention and skill that we possess. Can you imagine Jesus making a table with a wobbly leg?


Then why should we? Whatever task we have been given to do – let’s make sure it is not wobbly.


  1. I love this post. There are days when I feel like my best efforts STILL make a wobbly table, but I do try so very hard to put my all in my day. Today, though, I was feeling restless, and considering my career negatively. Thanks for putting it back in perspective. (I think I'm going to email this post to my explanation necessary ;-)

  2. Hi David,

    You're doing a great job in the medical profession and many are grateful to you for it.

    God bless.



God bless you.