When a man is ordained a priest, he kneels before the bishop and promises obedience. The bishop encloses his hands around the candidate's folded hands and asks him, "Do you promise respect and obedience to me and my successors?" The candidate responds, "I do." The bishop then says, "May God who has begun the good work in you bring it to fulfillment."
The bishop's line is taken from Paul's letter to the Philippians, the segment of which we have in our second reading this weekend. "I am confident of this, that the one who began a good work in you will continue to complete it until the day of Christ Jesus" (Phil 1:6).
It's a great line. We could meditate and reflect on just this one line for an hour. God began some project in each one of us, and the project is fundamentally good. Each one of us is here for a purpose. Remember that when you're feeling down, depressed, alone, and without meaning. As bad as things might seem or be, it does not erase the fact that God began a good work in you.