SCRIPTURE: “Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest” – Ecclesiastes 9:10.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Your assignment as a Christian is to show the world or your fellow employees how to work.
Wisdom simply is, applied information. It is knowing what to do, and doing what you know.
So, in other not to operate in mediocrity or be under-productive at your work place, wisdom is inevitable.
Now, what are the necessities of wisdom to your work?
1. You exist as a representative of God and as a pace setter to the ungodly at the work of place.
Your assignment as a Christian is to show the world or your fellow employees how to work. That is, you are to set the pace not to keep the pace. Unbelievers should know what it means to display excellence, be dutiful and faithful to work because they see it in you (Matthew 5:14).
Beloved, unbelievers study your attitude and approach to work. They would want to know how a child of God practices as a doctor, engineer, typist, editor, or even as a business person.
2. You are designed to excel and rise to your God given position of authority.
This means, you are to work until you rise to the top.
I see you rise to the top as you determine to represent God in the delivery of excellence to your work in Jesus’ Name.
Remember this: Your assignment as a Christian is to show the world or your fellow employees how to work.
1. Make up your mind to give your best to your assignment.
2. Determine to represent God everywhere, especially at the place of work.
FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: WORKPLACE AND CAREER WISDOM PART 2.
PRAYER: Lord, I thank You for Your Word to me today, I make demands for the grace Oh Lord, to represent You in excellence with my work in Jesus’ Name.
DAILY READING: Genesis 28:1-29:35, Matthew 9:18-38, Psalm 11:1-7, Proverbs 3:11-12
QUOTE: Wise people are generational mountain movers, obstacle crossers and hard nut crackers. Culled from BE WISE AND RISE by Dr Paul Enenche.