He was Abraham's servant. This is what he did that I want to do:
- listened carefully to the task.
- asked good questions to clarify the task.
- committed himself to the task, taking everything he would need for the task.
- then he prayed specifically about the task - asking God for divine guidance.
- he got involved in the task - "putting feet to his prayers".
- in the midst of the task, he watched, fully expecting God to answer his specific prayers.
- upon realizing God's answer to the task, he gave God praise for His guidance.
- he told others about how God allowed him to accomplish the task his boss asked him to do.
- finally he reported the task completed to his boss.
I'm sipping on some of the last fine grinds of my whole bean Mocha Java from Gevalia. Even though the sun is shining brightly, the temps are down a little and drinking the joe isn't uncomfortable.