I have come to the end of my almost year-long project. As I screech to a halt (I’m excited!) I also experience feelings of serenity, silent joy and contentment. I’m glad for the (character) refining lessons and periods that I have learnt through these months. I couldn’t trade this experience for another. It’s been my first major solo project and I’ve stuck right through with it to the end.
Among many other good things, I’m glad to know that I can trust myself to do something good. That I can be faithful with myself and my own work, even if no one else sees or follows up (it’s been a private project, well before its soon coming (I believe) launch.) I have built credibility with myself and my self respect and esteem have gone at least a notch higher. I am glad. I’d encourage everyone to keep on.
Most importantly, however, I have re-discovered and known again God’s faithfulness and mercies; new every morning. (Lam. 3:22 and 23) And I know for sure that “He who began a good work in you will be faithful to complete it.” Phil. 1:6.