Even with the strain of errands past our solidarity, we should go inwards to the wellspring of force. If we measure our human strength against the work we see quickly ahead, we will feel miserable. If we tackle it in that strength, we will be baffled… and fall into slowness or irritation. There could be no better illustration we can learn than our constraints if this is joined by the abdication of our solidarity and dependence on the force of God. The wheel of the local area will fly separated except if it is spoked to the middle. We are setting ourselves in peril at whatever point we neglect to perceive this, at whatever point we go hurrying forward without setting aside an effort to turn internal. Remember, “If you fail under pressure, your strength is too small.” (Proverbs 24:10, NLT).