By Roderick O.
This week’s Jewish service was led by three Jewish students in the absence of the Rabbi. By taking on a leadership role and hosting a chapel service these students took a step in the right direction of doing Gods will. They removed themselves from their comfort zones and lent a helping hand. This was only made possible through faith in God.
During the service Adam B. shared about his experience with faith and gratitude. He explained that it is our choice in what we put our faith into. We can put our faith in God, our parents or friends, or in our jobs. This is something I struggle with a day-to-day basis. I allow my fear to get into the way of making smart decisions. If I had some faith that everything would work out for the better, I’m sure I would find myself making better decisions sometimes.
Have some faith that things will work out the way they are supposed to.
Adam also talked about gratitude. He shared that there are many things to be grateful for at the school and in life. If you are reading this right now than you clearly have access to a computer and this is something to be grateful for because some people don’t even have clean clothes to wear or a warm bed to sleep in at night. I know that I take things for granted most of the time. I don’t consider the fact that I am more fortunate than other people and I should be grateful for what I have.
Be grateful for what you have.