"Working for Christ"

“If you are faithful in little things, you will be faithful in large ones. But if you are dishonest in little things, you won’t be honest with greater responsibilities.” (Luke 16:10, NLT)

Being in business for the past thirty years, I’ve been exposed to plenty of motivational speakers and programs. My wife tells me that I’m an oddball, but frankly I’ve never needed other people or programs to motivate me at work. I am extremely self-motivated. Boredom rarely, if ever, exists in my words, attitudes, or actions.


And yet, as I look out at the landscape of today’s workplaces, boredom seems to be rampant – even among Christians! I believe most of this boredom is self-inflicted. To a large degree your job is what you make it, whether you’re the janitor or the CEO.

In the big picture, Christians should be the least-bored, most-enthused workers in the world!…

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  1. TheMitchNiche said:

    Great post! I had never thought of boredom this way! I had never thought of praying for creativity! Thanks.

    • If you keep turning out five cup Post, I can’t help but Re-blog!!!!! Take care my Friend and God Bless 🙂 Kenny T

  2. mtetar said:

    Hallelujah!!! Thanks for sharing it is so true GOD gives our all. Be Blessed, Mtetar

  3. I’m bored often because I have ADHD. I have plenty creativity, but turns out society doesn’t always appreciate that. I’ve prayed to overcome it: so far the answer seems no.

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