We have to work together. A young man at our worship celebration yesterday told a story about teamwork. As an Army recruit, he has begun his training. And he has always tried to do his best. He wants to outwork all the other recruits -- be the fastest, strongest.
His drill instructor shared a key insight with him. "On the battlefield, it doesn't matter what you can do. It matters what y'all can do." After hearing this he was ready to help his fellow soldiers through the obstacle course. That helped the team.
What a great lesson for all of life. We are doing nearly everything with others. When we work together, the job is better all the way around.
We also need to be on the lookout for the enemy who would divide us.