Ecclesiastes 9: 10 (NKJV) Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might; for there is no work or device or knowledge or wisdom in the grave where you are going.
Whether you receive a paycheck or an emotional reward from doing your job, can you honestly say that God has directed you to your present work? Did you seek the Lord’s guidance before or since taking your present job or position? If not, perhaps it’s time you did! How about going forward beginning the process of involving God in your work and life journey?
You may find that God directed your path without your knowledge, or you might discover that he has some other work in mind for you. How do we find the work that God wants us to do? First, we should take stock of our gifts and abilities. Most people enjoy doing things that exercise their gifts. It’s not too late to find the right fit for your life!
Point to ponder- Pivotal choices facing all of us: What am I giving my life to? Do my goals, ambitions, and values reflect the beliefs I espouse? How much of what I consider important does God consider valuable!
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