from wonder comes questions, from questions comes notification, from notification comes edification, and from edification comes dedication.
An uncomfortable majority has become fearful of expressing their love for Jesus, especially in the workplace, and has helped form this. Yet, as Bible-believing Christians it is required, not recommended (as some may believe), that we solidly stand on the Word of God, which declares, “And my God will supply your every need according to His glorious riches in Christ Jesus,” (Philipians 4:19
). Therefore, if our occupations are threatened because of our active and open faith, we have a solid promise from God, Who is our Father. The God we serve has generously deep pockets and will take care of us, regardless of what the world offers. At the end of the day, all that we do should be for the will of the heart of God and not for men (Ephesians 6:6-7
). Living our lives to please man produces man-like results, with limited outcomes. Living our lives to please God produces God-like results with limitless outcomes.