What You Do Matters
Do you ever feel like what you do doesn’t matter?
It’s so easy to become discouraged, isn’t it? I like this statement by Matt Redmond:
“The nascent Christian faith grew because average people faithfully lived their lives as servants, slaves, tradesmen or shepherds. Jesus himself chose the fisherman to be His disciples, not Roman senators. Christianity became famous because of the thousands of unnamed faithful who quietly spread the word of a life-changing encounter with a Jesus who spent more time with the unknowns than the famous.
Jesus gives dignity and purpose to the faithful homemaker, bank teller, barista, fast food worker and the rest of us who continue to cause a quiet revolution as we offer our daily, not-so-special routine, in the love and service of our God. Now that is something special!”
Do everything you do for the glory of the One who made you and have confidence that there is significance in every moment. You have His promise on it! With good will render service, as to the Lord, and not to men, knowing that whatever good thing each one does, this he will receive back from the Lord.” Ephesians 6:7-8