Monday, August 19

Are You Working for God?

God works in the lives of those who work for Him.

On a sweltering hot day, a group of railroad workers were diligently repairing a railroad track. Work was going smoothly when an unexpected interruption arrived; a train car stopped near them and out walked the President of the railroad. Surprise was written over many of the workers faces which then only intensified as the President called one of them to have lunch with him. The worker smiled and followed the President into the train leaving the other workers in wonder. A few hours later out stepped the worker, shaking hands with the President and giving a hearty farewell. Joining his fellow workers they asked why he had received such a wonderful opportunity?
He responded: "The President and I are good friends, we both began working for the railroad at the same time over twenty five years ago."
"That doesn’t make sense, why is he the President of the railroad and you are out here working with us?" They asked.
"Well it’s like this" He said, "Twenty five years ago I went to work for $2 an hour while he went to work for the railroad."

Who are you working for? Are you working for God, yourself, or the world? Have you placed all your desires and the desires of the world at God's altar? Are you willing to sacrifice everything you know and want for Him? Only when we work for Him in every act and thought can we achieve true joy through His amazing Grace. 

1 Corinthians 3:9 - For we are labourers together with God: ye are God's husbandry, God's building.

Matthew 6:21For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.


  1. Great post! Thank you for your reminder! God bless you. We are working for God and thank you for reminding us what it is all about as we are going after the dream he has put in our hearts. Lord bless you!

  2. Hi Cameron! I love that response! Put your joy into what you do, and it will pay for sure. Great story!

    I see your abortion ticker, have you visited the blog from the hop about the Robersons? You would love it.

    So nice to meet you!


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