The Great Maestro 

Good day Wonderers.

All of my children played instruments in school.  Three of them were skilled in musical ability that they played more than one instrument.  One had difficulty.  The music teacher told me before she excused them from band, “She couldn’t carry a beat if you put it in a suitcase.”  That might have been true but she finished out the year and what I remember about it was, she never gave up.  She practiced, she never missed a class, she kept her instrument clean and she supported averyone else regardless of what instrument they were playing or how good or bad they played.

God has an orchestra comprised of every kind of instrument.  Every musician comes to rehearsal prepared to play their best.  Sometimes one part plays better than the others but God doesn’t want that.  He keeps practicing them all until they perform the perfect symphony.  One section may be out of tune so he will have the composer rewrite that section so they can stay in key.  He doesn’t think the violins are better than the flutes.  It is not possible.  They are two different types of instruments.  What he does think is he incorporated it all into an orchestra and every instrument will play its part until he decides the symphony can not get any better and at that time he will have the curtain call.

I’m sorry my baby did not get to play out her six years of band like her siblings did, but she did find her place at the events.  She worked the concessions. ­čśë

Wonderers, those of you who are strong in faith need to help those who are trying to find their place.  God is giving you strength for service not for a first chair position.  Pick up your instrument and toot your horn so that others can hear the God in you and if you see someone else is having difficulty help them find the instrument (or not) that is right for them.

Until next time, walk in JOY!
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