When we serve the Lord, that means living life the way He says to, having a great work ethic. As Christians, we should be the best employees. Even ungodly employers should seek after Christian people because of their work ethic.
As unto the Lord:
The Bible does say whatever you do in word or deed, do everything as unto the Lord. How we treat people, how we raise our children, how we talk, and how we think should be dictated by God’s word (the Bible). The only way this is really going to happen — where we see not temporary fixes to our life but permanent ones — is to seek Him, serve Him wholeheartedly.
Wholeheartedly means with complete sincerity and commitment; genuinely, enthusiastically, energetically. This is the way we should seek and serve Him. It will lead to greater success in our lives — true success, lasting success — if we will seek Him wholeheartedly, expressing our wholehearted support for God’s ways. The only way we truly know His ways is to know His word. He knows what we need and how we receive His blessings. We just need to seek Him wholeheartedly — purposing to do His will and His word, wherever we go and whatever we do.
Halfheartedly means without enthusiasm or energy; lacking heart, spirit, or interest. How are you seeking Him: wholeheartedly or halfheartedly?
Your choice — it’s either one or the other.
Just a thought,
Published on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 @ 7:58 AM CDT
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