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Scriptural Acronym for WORK

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 "Wisdom is supreme; therefore get wisdom." Proverbs 4:7

 On the job, wisdom is supreme. We need wisdom to help us stay abreast of business practices and to effectively interact with our coworkers, bosses, clients, and contacts.

"Obey those in authority." Titus 3:1

God wants us to show respect for authority by observing company policies and being ethical.

"Rejoice in the Lord always." Philippians 4:4

God is the one who opens doors for us and gives us opportunity. Although God wants us to be diligent on our earthly jobs, we can’t afford to put any thing above him, and that includes our careers.

"Keep thy tongue from evil." Psalm 34:13

Working with others can be difficult. Sometimes, personalities and ideas clash, and there’s a temptation to backbite or gossip. However, God wants us to refrain from such activities.

1 comment:

  1. They teach kids this in Sunday school. It's good for adults too. Sometimes it's those simple lessons that tend to stick.