Reblog: Week 4: How You See Your Job

Reblog: first seen on https://rockbrook.blog/2018/07/01/week-4-how-you-see-your-job/
I definitely see work as slavery that you received a check at the end of two weeks of work or if you’re salary at the end of one month of work. As a encouragement to keep coming back. Its definitely a rat race. We are those little hamsters in the hamster wheel running after that little piece of cheese that don’t fulfill our appetite. That’s why we have to keep coming back for more. Working for somebody else feels like a temporary fix to a long term problem. A job never satisfies you. It’s probably because you’re one of those people in the world that know that there is better out their for you. You probably know that you can be a hell of a lot more than what you are currently doing. So I challenge you to seek out your opportunities and not let another day go by without doing so. There is nothing wrong with you working and taking some of that money to create a side hustle for yourself. Something that you prefer to do. There is nothing wrong with you working your job and investing in yourself. You don’t have to spend all of your time working for someone else. Getting paid by someone else to build and further establish their dream. Because if you don’t go out into the world and start your own. You will continue to get paid to help build someone else dream instead of yours.
Y’all stay blessed and peace.

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We love our community and want to show the love of Christ tangibly in our neighborhoods, workplaces and homes. This summer, through weekend sermons, small group curriculum and daily devotionals, we will discover how serving can make a difference in our community, makes an impact for God and grows our faith. Join us as we discover significance through serving.


Today’s post is all about how our work has a part in your serving mindset. The average person will spend around 100,000 hours of their life at work. Work defines, describes and dominates our lives. But surveys tell us that about two-thirds of people say they are not satisfied in their jobs. Some people think work is actually punishment from God, because the Bible says after sin entered the world, God cursed the ground, and said, “Now you’re going to have to work by the sweat of your brow.”

“The LORD God took…

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