The 31 Benefits of Gratitude You Didn’t Know About: …
Of course you want to have clarity about your career, job duties and you want to continue to be healthy, fit and stress free.It seems a lot to ask for – and the key for resolving these seemingly conflicting challenges is to get clear about just how much you love the work you do?Is what you do for work make you jump out of bed every morning?Or would you rather be doing something else?No matter how good things are in other parts of your life such as family, social life and relationships, work is a major part of your life, and not to be neglected.Since for now you have chosen to be in the job you are in, it is up to you for the time being to make the most of what you do.
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If we truly know Christ and are seeking to follow Him, we will not be complacent and unconcerned about sin in our lives. In fact, one of the signs of true spiritual life is the hatred of sin and the determination to conquer it. We will not continue to repeat the same sins over and over again, but will seek, God's help (by the Holy Spirit who dwells within us), to overcome them. The Bible promises, "No temptation has seized you except what is common to man. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can stand up under it" (1 Corinthians 10:13). Indifference to sin in one's life is a sure sign of serious spiritual sickness, and may indicate that one has never truly invited Jesus into one's life as Savior and Lord (1 John 2:3-4).
This makes sense when you understand that salvation is God's work from start to finish. He finishes what he starts. Consider the "Golden Chain" of salvation in Romans 8:29-30. Paul expresses the five links of the chain this way: Foreknown, predestined, called, justified, glorified. The first two concerns God's decision to save those who trust in Christ, the second two refer to God's activity in actually saving those whom he has chosen. The last "glorified" refers to what happens when God's children finally get to heaven. When we stand before the Lord in resurrection bodies, free from sin forever, we will be in a glorified state. But how is it that Paul can express this truth about our future glorification in the past tense? Simply Paul says it in the past tense because it's so certain of fulfillment that it is as if it had already happened.