This morning I was sitting in Church when the music started.
This means that the priest is coming into the Church and the Mass is starting.
I never usually notice the music.
It provides a beautiful backdrop to the worship, but because it does not change much it is not something my mind wanders towards.
Today as the music was playing, I noticed the organist had a cast on her left arm.
She was playing with only her right hand.
Immediately, I started to notice the music.
I noticed that it sounded exactly the same. No note was missed. Everything was perfect.
For some reason, because she was only using one hand, it made me appreciate the music so much more.
I think this holds true to life in many ways.
Individuals that conquer through the struggle and still continue to use their gifts and talents are extremely admirable.
The one-arm organist proved a point today.
No matter the struggle, if you are using your gifts for the glory of God, nothing can stop you.
The harder the struggle the greater the final product.
Friends, I encourage you to look at the struggle placed before you today. Use your gifts anyway regardless of what you face.
Be like the one-armed organist who, even with a cast on, continued to use her gift for God’s glory.