God works on our behalf, even when we don’t know it. After our work is over, God continues to use our feeble efforts to glorify Himself. That’s what he did with our choir song, “Lost, but Found.”
If you read the update in the bulletin today, I am sure you rejoiced over the blessing that the choir song was to the men in the jail. They went berserk! They played it over and over and got more and more excited each time! Then, when the authorities saw the men so excited, they had our men conduct another service with a whole new group of inmates. Praise the Lord!
A part of me wondered if the men in jail would think, “Eh, that’s not how we sing it. It’s not right.” I was hoping they would enjoy it. And enjoy it they did!
More than enjoyment, though… the song had spiritual impact. That was our prayer. It is amazing to think that God uses us despite us. He takes our feeble efforts and turns them into something powerful—far more powerful that we could manufacture on our own.
Thank you, once again, for your efforts in choir. Not only did I enjoy the process, but now I’m enjoying the results, too. Praise God.