By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

 Pablo Casals was considered the greatest cellist to ever live. When he was 95 years old he was asked why he continued to practice 6 hours a day. He answered,
‘Because I think I’m making progress.’
-John Maxwell
There isn’t an age, stage, or season where growth ought to be impaired or interrupted in our lives.
Until the day we enter eternity, fine tuning of the spirit, and development of the soul is paramount to depth and communion with Christ … and with others.
At the point we believe we have “arrived,”
We are most certainly lost.
We display through our conduct and conversation how advanced we believe ourselves to be.
Pablo understood himself a student of the cello and this is what earned him a mastery over it and deemed him the title “Preeminent Cellist.”
Humble yourself in all arenas of learning and situate yourself as a student, before God, in the classroom called discipleship.
God gives regard and grants special favor to the humble and hopeful in heart.
Rest on Him,
Lean on Him,
Learn of Him,
Invest in Him.
Progress with Him and as you age,
Be blessed of Him.
Become in Him …
“Preeminent Lover of God.”
“Take My yoke upon you, and learn of Me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest for your souls.”
Matthew 11:29