Ultimately, it’s vital to understand and implement the crucial best practice to stay the course and do what’s ours to do.
It requires resolve.
Acts 6:2-4 is clear not to do what is assigned for others to do. Sometimes it feels like it’s easier to do more in order to get it all done.
Believing God will work out all the details to give someone the ability to do what’s theirs to do, frees ourselves as well as others to experience more than can be imagined. The dynamics of living change when we trust others to do what’s theirs to do and “mind our own business” to stay the course.
Determine what’s yours to do.
Encourage others to do what’s theirs to do.
Stay the course.