Faithfulness Means Doing Good Work

The Joy of Work

God designed each of us differently. Some He made to be pastors. Others He called to business, homemaking, or fabricating goods. We serve our God most faithfully when we do the things He designed us to do. In this video produced by Made to Flourish, Al Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, explains how the Christian worldview is the only one that properly makes sense of vocation. 

Gathering at church on Sunday is important, but most of the people in church spend their week at work. It's important that we realize that faithfully working hard at our jobs glorifies God. 

How have you viewed your job in the past? Purely as a source of income? As a necessary evil? What about as a ministry opportunity?
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If faithfully serving God means doing your job well, would the way you currently do your work have to change? If so, how? If not, why not?
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What is one thing you can do this week to intentionally glorify God in your work?
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As Christians, we know that God made us for work, but our work will never completely fulfill us. We find fulfillment in serving God both at work, and at home, and at church. As you go through your work week, remember that you can show your faithfulness to your Creator by doing your job well.  

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