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Know your calling (2)

Your calling will always be connected to an unmet need or an opportunity to do good. It was in listening to the cries of an enslaved people that Moses discovered his calling. So did William Wilberforce. He devoted his life...

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Know your calling (1)

When God called Moses, one of the first questions He asked him was: ‘What is that in your hand?’ Moses was holding his shepherd’s staff – the one he used each day to lead and protect his sheep. But God...

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This year recognize your calling

By recognizing and fulfilling your God-given assignment in life you free yourself from a sense of failure, and are able to stop worrying about what others think. Why? Because your self-worth no longer depends on people but God! However, you...

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What Are You Called to Do?

Only when you accept failure as final, are you finally a failure. Each time you learn from failure, it’s a step toward success. You can’t hit a home run unless you step up to the plate and face the pitcher....

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Do What God’s Called You to Do

God told Adam, ‘Be fruitful, and multiply’. In other words, ‘Discover the purpose for which I made you and give yourself fully to it’. Ever observed a great golfer? His level of concentration, the fluid grace as he arcs the...

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What Are You Called to Do?

Your value in God’s eyes was established at the cross. The Bible says, ‘He who did not spare His own Son, but gave Him up for us all—how will He not also, along with Him, graciously give us all things?’...

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You’re a ‘Priest’ at Work (3)

Lottery winners often make the same comment: ‘Winning all that money isn’t going to change my life.’ But it seldom works out that way. Six months later they have left their job and bought a new house or car or...

November 24 You’re a ‘Priest’ at Work  2 Comments

You’re a ‘Priest’ at Work (2)

In his book Habits of the Heart, sociologist Robert N. Bellah describes three attitudes people have towards their work. The first group treats it as a job. When you do this, you see it strictly as a way to make...