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DTR: Transformed In My Work

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Most people spend the majority of their lives in the workplace. As Zack shared today there are 4 key ideas we need to remember as we begin our work day.                                                                                               

 - I work for the Lord -   (Col. 3:23)  Work as unto the Lord and not for man. God is our boss and is always interested in us doing our best. Christians ought to be the best workers in their company. Our influence at work will either bring glory or shame to God. As people see our work ethic it should draw them

I must strive for excellence-  (Col 3;22) God is watching you while you work. Strive to please him. Matt.5;41 when you are asked to go the extra mile, go for two. If we strive to be excellent our co-workers and bosses will see it is God's strength working in you.                           

  - I must maintain integrity-  (Prov.21:3) Doing what is right pleases God more than sacrifice. How we behave at work is a refection of our relationship with God. How we behave in public should be the same as we behave in private. That's integrity. 

   I must see my work as a mission field  (Matt. 9:37 )  The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. As you display an excellent work habit, share the good news with those you work with.                                                                               
In Christ,

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Relational Health Brings Transformation

What a powerful and timely sermon. Here are 3 practical ways to transform any relationship.1)  Live in God's love! Lam. 3:22-23  The faithful love of the Lord never ends! His mercies never cease. Great is his faithfulness, his mercies begin afresh each morning. As we remember God's great love for us may we love others this way. 2) Learn to Sacrifice! John 13:34 Love each other, just as I have loved you. True love will require sacrificing for the good of the other person. Vs 35 your love for one another will prove that you are my disciples. 3) Look to Bless! 1 Peter 3:9 Don't repay evil for evil. Don't retaliate with insults when people insult you. Instead pay them back with a blessing.  Here are 3 powerful ways that if we put them into practice will transform our relationships for the better. May we honor God this week in all our relationships. Have a great week!!

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