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Inspire Like... an Attorney?
September 16, 2011

What Can You Do?
Salt & Light Volume IV, Issue 26 by D. Scott Prindle

"Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not men." (Ephesians 6:7)

Star Spangled Banner
There is a great American tradition in sports arenas... football and singing our national anthem before the start of every game.

It's part of our national fabric.

In 1814 the British Royal Navy assaulted Baltimore. An American lawyer was held captive on one of the enemy ships.

He watched the Brits rockets' red glare as their bombs burst in the air against the night sky.

After fighting all night, at mornings first light, the Flag was still there.

Life is Ministry
How do you remember Francis Scott Key? As an attorney? The poem he wrote became our national anthem.

Since he didn't write music, his words were put to the tune of a popular barroom drinking song.

Your job does not fully define you. You are more than your career. All of your life is ministry. Francis Scott Key's legacy was more than practicing law.

You have many gifts. God uses them all in the course of living your life each and every day.

Sometimes your worst days, when you feel like you're being held captive, become the catalyst for God's best work in you and through you.

Next time you're watching a ball game, think of the high calling of your daily work.

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