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Strength In Numbers Tommy Harrison

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Strength In Numbers Tommy Harrison

Post  Admin on Sat 27 Nov 2010, 5:33 pm

GospeLines Ministries
Daily Devotional for Monday, October 25, 2010
Have you missed any of our devotionals? Remember they can be found in the
Archive section of our Website

Strength In Numbers
The world's highest suspension bridge was built in 1929, just outside Canon
City, Colorado. The Royal Gorge Bridge was finished in seven months with no
fatalities at a cost of only $350,000. Replacement cost would be over
$10,000,000. When I first saw it outstretched across a massive granite
gorge and the Arkansas River, I was 26 years old. It amazed me then and still leaves
me breathless. It is supported by two cables which contain 2100 strands of
galvanized wire in each one. The strands of wire, each smaller in diameter
than a pencil, are wrapped together to form the support cables. The two
cables with their 4200 strands of wire weigh 300 tons.
Separately, those pencil-sized strands would snap if put under the stress of
motorists traveling across the river. But in concert with the rest, the
cables support a bridge weighing over 1000 tons, and can accomodate traffic
weighing in excess of two million pounds! How? By working together.

There is strength in numbers. Surround yourself with a large group of
supportive Christians who share the same goals as you. The church of the
1st century knew the importance of community and sticking together. You, too, will
become enriched by sharing the fellowship of a group of saints in Bible
study and worship.

Prayer: Father, help me to guard against becoming too independent for my own
good. Give me humility enough to share my heart with others, if not for my
benefit, for the blessing I can be to someone else. Remind me that my song
is twice beautiful when sung to You and shared with others. Amen and amen.
Tommy Harrison

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