Was reading something the other night. Years ago, families would watch Leave it to Beaver and say, I wish I could be like that family. Today, families would watch Rosanne and say I'm glad our family isn't that bad. I think that sums up a lot about our thinking. Instead of trying to improve ourselves to be like the Cleavers, we want to find a subject lower than ourselves and say we are better. Years ago, I was the training NCO for my unit. It was time for the annual PT test. Most GI's wanted to know what the minimum standards were. I answered "Do your best" The test was on a Friday afternoon - during the weekend, I complied the scores, Monday morning, during the formation we call out four men - the high scorer for each platoon and the highest scorer for the company. They received a 3 day and 4 day pass respectively. Later the other GI's complained that if they had know, they would have done better. I simpled answered - I did tell you - I told you to do your best. I believe that is a major problem with Christians and Americans in general - we do just enough to get by - when we should strive to always do better. Those who have something to do, find a way - Others find an excuse. May this coming week be a blessing as put all full effort in serving our Lord and Saviour in all of our actions.