I woke up this morning and there were messages on my phone. One of them drew my attention more than the others. A text message from a friend telling me that a new member of our church really excited to be a projector operator. Yes. Projector operator.
This new member texted my friend and asked several question about her task being an operator. I stared at my cell’s screen. Stunned. I can’t really describe my feeling.
When was the last time I got excited being a projector operator? Did I ever really get excited hitting that monotone button to change the slides? It was a little task, a tiny job anyone doesn’t pay attention to. But this girl, this new member, make it seems so important this morning.
Today I woke up and thank God for making me realize that for everything we do—even the tiniest thing in the world, we do it for Him. It’s no matter how grande it is, or how petite it is, God doesn’t look at the size of your job. He wants your heart. A heart that serves truly and passionately. A heart full of worship.
Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much -Luke 16:10