A craftsman is someone who does accurate, skilled work with tools. He values his tools. He uses them, but never abuses them. He uses them correctly and properly. He repairs them if they are damaged and keeps them in good repair. He cleans them after each use and stores them properly. After all, his reputation is based on the quality of work he is able to do with those tools. If I am letting God use me as His tool, will He treat me any differently. ********** There is no record that Jesus ever hurried or worried. If I am successful in becoming more like Him I will do less of both. He said "Come unto me, all ye who are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you rest." (Matthew ll:28-30)This is for saved people as well as lost people. Come reminds me that I must take some initiative. I must take action to go to Him. Me tells me I must go to Jesus, not some church or religious leader. Give indicates that rest is a free gift and cannot be earned. Rest includes the ability to not fret, worry or fear. ********** I have asked God to "show me your face." I have said to Him "Help me to know you more fully." His reply seems to be "Why should I? The knowledge you already have of me is not being consistently and effectively shared with others. Are you asking for your own comfort and gratification or so that you may be a better witness?" Isaiah saw God in a new and glorious way (Isaiah 6:1-9) But God's revelation of Himself has a purpose beyond Isaiah's spiritual growth. God was preparing him for a mission. God knew Isaiah would obey. Do I have a core of disobedience that keeps God from further revealing himself to me?