This weeks song is an old Hymn originally written by Horatius Bonar, first published in 1861, titled "Not What My Hands Have Done." However, the version I have been listening to this week is performed by "Indelible Grace," again thanks to my wife for introducing this band to me! I really love the words to the hymn, and Indelible Grace put a nice rock/folk touch in their work.
Kuwait we all use our hands a lot! Constructing takes a long time...especially when your contracted concrete plant is broke down for three days in one week...true story. Besides the concrete plant, which is out of our control, we use our hands on our tools, instruments, and equipment all day. We use our hands to work a shovel on the base course for the final correct elevation before the concrete form is placed down. We use our hands to move the concrete form in place, double check for correct elevation, then either hammer it down with a sledge hammer or a pneumatic hammer. We use our hands on tools to move poured concrete into the formed area for a concrete pad, and then give the top a smooth finish with a trowel. We all have a different role in this construction project, but at the end of the day we all can look back to see what our hands have done. It's pretty satisfying.
Enjoy the song, it's what I have enjoyed all week.