I’ve done a lot of remodeling and woodworking projects over the years. Most of what I’ve done has been self-taught, and my lack of expertise means that projects take a lot longer than they should—and sometimes need to be redone. My motto is “There are no mistakes that can’t be corrected or covered up.” If I estimate a project to take three hours, my wise and patient wife has learned to expect it to take at least double the time.
But just as important as expertise is having the right tools for the job. When you have the right tools, the work gets done much more efficiently and with much less frustration.
The right tools are even more important when it comes to our worship life and our ongoing study of God’s Word. Amazingly, within a period of only four years, three new tools have become or will become available to enhance our worship and devotional life.
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Author: Mark Schroeder
Volume 107, Number 05
Issue: May 2020
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