Posted at 11:30 pm , on May 30, 2018
No matter where Christians go – we sort of seem to stick out, including at work.
Being a Christian in the workforce is more than just talking about Jesus. Our work ethic must be strong with integrity. We must treat our neighbors with compassion and love.
“What about the coworkers and managers we cannot stand?”
That is a great question. I get that there are some people we are just not going to get along with. Some people just rub us the wrong way. The first thing to remember is you are not there to make friends – you are getting paid to get tasks done. Focusing on quality work should be more important than pleasing others. If someone is crossing boundaries, and you cannot avoid a situation – we can respectfully tell someone that some things are not tolerable. Remember that it can be a healthy balance between staying quiet yet being assertive to accomplish goals.
When we pursue a life of righteous – we are representing our beliefs to the best of our ability.
23 There is profit in all hard work, but endless talk leads only to poverty. Proverbs 14:23
Posted at 11:30 pm , on April 16, 2018
Do we call this the middle of April? Welcome to this week’s prayer. Hopefully, your week is going well.
Thank you for providing me everything I need. This phase in my life has brought anxiety, I thank you for guiding me through.
Please help me to a person of character and integrity. Let me live a life that strives for excellence and hard work. If there is anything that needs to be nurtured and developed in my life let it be done. I pray to continue to have healthy relationships in my life so that I may be pushed into my greater purpose.
Thank you for giving Jesus to this world so that we may have everlasting life.
In Jesus name, I pray
24 knowing that you will receive the reward of an inheritance from the Lord. You serve the Lord Christ. Colossians 3:24
Posted at 5:12 pm , on January 12, 2018
Yesterday I got off work and rushed to work for production at my church. After running up the stairs, I was huffing and puffing.
Once we closed out, my pastor and production leader made it clear about a few things.
Right now we are in 21 days of prayer. Please take the time out to be in the presence of God. You are not obligated to be here. This is just another form of worship.
Working hard without the will of God is like riding a bicycle without the chain. You can pedal as fast as you want – but you need the chain to go somewhere.
At that moment I was like “I think he’s talking to me.”
My family has taught me to have a strong ethic and strive for excellence. Sometimes I forget to actually be in the moment. Without God what have I really accomplished in life? How far can I go? I don’t want the success and then realize it doesn’t mean anything because my spirit is not right.
So please take my experience as a note: work hard while honoring God.
26 For what will it benefit someone if he gains the whole world yet loses his life? Or what will anyone give in exchange for his life? Matthew 16:26