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After Pearl Harbor, Jacob DeShazer flew with the Doolittle Raiders against Japan. It ended up costing him forty months in confinement as a POW, but God wrote the rest of the story for this die-hard volunteer. He is one example of a man who did not underestimate his task. As men, it's easy to become accustomed to checking off the “diligence box” with our 9-5 jobs. This practical message by Dwain Swanson, however, reminds us to keep our eyes open, take up responsibilities, and be creative in meeting needs at home, on the job, and even with our “enemies.”