Would you still be “Employed” If?


Good morning! How are you doing? I hope you slept well, last night.

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We are going to have a little exercise so pay attention: The job that you currently now have, were built on the following would you still have that job?

Qualifications:

  • bless your boss
  • praying for those who mistreat you at work.
  • sharing your faith with your boss and everyone else at work.
  • showing mercy to your employees.
  • give money to someone on your job who asked? Without telling them to come back when you already have it, you don’t need to know his or her need.
  • be patient with everyone, lift the spirits of those who are downcast
  • stand up for the weak at work, knowing that you just might be mocked for it
  • when ask about another employee, be honest at all times; even if you saw them doing something wrong.

Reward

You have received God’s blessings upon your life. You have planted a seed in the life of a person for Salvation. You are learning more about the heart of God. Your putting God’s agenda ahead of yours. Your faith is getting stronger and your prayer life is being anointed by the Holy Spirit.

And now that you have been evaluated, would you still have your current job?

In our society we do allot of talking about truth but if we don’t love one another we can’t display love for we don’t even know what love is. Love is never about what you want or think it is. Love is first loving God and His word. Once you do that then the rest is easy. If you can’t do this then start today by asking the Holy Spirit to teach you how to love God and His word. AMEN

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5 thoughts on “Would you still be “Employed” If?

  1. Great post. – My employers actually allow me to come to work 10 – 15 minutes late four mornings a week so that I can attend morning Mass, then grab a cup of coffee at D&D on my way in. They are a blessing. – I am salaried, so they are also paying me for that time. I mention this so if there are any employers reading, they might consider such a benefit.

    1. Laurie that is great! thanks for sharing…there is always a benefit if we do His Will first. I do pray that employers would visit this site and gleam from this message..

      1. I really am blessed in this. The partners are both non practicing Catholics. They often hear me comforting people (customers) on the phone or in my office and they never say a work – except to ask me for prayers too ♥ At first I as self conscious in sharing that is why I am late in the morning, now people (including our business bank vice president) come to me to talk “Jesus”. Who would have thought?
        Have a great weekend,
        Laurie

    2. You are blessed to do what you do. You are for sure planting seeds at work and showing Christ. Thats what we all must be doing. God bless you in all that your doing at work. By the way, you are ministering to them. This is your ministry that God is using you.

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