‘Hand in hand’ with God

Several months ago, I ordered a large stainless steel table for our outdoor patio area. As soon as it arrived, I excitedly began putting it together. I love assembly projects like this and was happy to tackle it.

According to the instructions, it would take 20 minutes to assemble the table. I began by lifting each piece out of the box and moving them onto our patio. While doing this, I dropped the heavy top piece on my hand. I quickly reached for a paper towel and wrapped my bleeding hand. Though I didn’t think my hand was broken, I could not move it.

I began to pray immediately, focusing my thoughts not on the physics of what had just happened, but on the metaphysics of what was really true about my being. I saw that I needed to establish in my thinking the fact that divine Spirit, God, is All-in-all and that man is His image and likeness (see Genesis 1:26, 27).

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