Do you know why you re here? Do you know what you re supposed to accomplish? Your work what you do in this life matters greatly to God. Whether it is our everyday work or the work of the ministry,...
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Do you know why you re here? Do you know what you re supposed to accomplish? Your work what you do in this life matters greatly to God. Whether it is our everyday work or the work of the ministry, there are no second-class assignments from Him. In The Work Book, you will find answers to important questions.
How can I learn to find joy, purpose, and fulfillment in my work? How can I get motivated to serve God more effectively? Is secular work somehow inferior to spiritual or ministerial work? If we are saved by grace, why do we need to work? What does the Bible say about the rewards of our works, and how will our works be judged? What is the significance of Jesus having been a carpenter, and of Paul having been a tent-maker? What does the Bible say about the kind of work ethic we are to have? Our attitude toward work? Are there some works we are to avoid? What about rest? How can we work hard and not be workaholics? What kind of work is Jesus doing yet today? What does the work of the ministry look like and entail?
If we want to hear Jesus say, Well Done, then we need to make sure we are doing some things well. Our lives matters to God because of His unconditional love; now it's time to make our lives significant to others through works of love, service, and kindness.
Tony Cooke is a Senior Experimental Officer with the Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F). He has extensive experience in diseases of tropical and sub-tropical fruit. His work in research and extension is undertaken both in Australia and internationally. Tony 's focus has been to reduce postharvest disease losses which can be extensive in markets. He has collaborated on previous handbooks of fruit and vegetable diseases published by DPI&F.