Do you spend time on things that really matter? When it comes to your work, how do we find the drive to keep going? Ecclesiastes 3:9–15 continues looking at the fleeting nature of our existence in light of eternity. From this passage we learn that
As we return to Ephesians 2, we consider further what is required for us to remain faithful as a work of God in progress. Verses 11–22 speak directly to the opening affirmations of our church covenant. As we will see from our covenantal commitment, we
I have a terrible confession: Even as many struggle with retrenchments, short-time, and pay-cuts, I sometimes feel sorry for myself as I leave to go to work. Some days I know I have some tough cases or difficult patients waiting for me (or both at
“Go to the ant, oh sluggard. Consider her ways and be wise.” Work is good. Our hearts are bad. Solomon’s wisdom instructs us to look to creation for help to fight the scourge of laziness.