22 Oct Benefits of loving what you do.
You will know that your job is your ‘calling’ when you do what you love, and love what you do.
🎯You were wired by God for a purpose; gifted to do something great.
🎯It may look small in your eyes, but if it is your purpose, the potentials are enormous. Enjoy it.
🎯Philanthropist and industrialist Andrew Carnegie said: ‘The average person puts only 25 per cent of their energy and ability into their work…
💥’The world takes off its hat to those who put in more than 50 per cent, and stands on its head for those few and far-between souls who devote 100 per cent.’
🎯Thomas Edison loved work. In his latter years he established Menlo Park, the world’s first factory for making nothing but inventions.
💥It was a forerunner to the private research laboratories now maintained by so many large companies.
💥At Menlo Park Edison promised to turn out ‘a minor invention every ten days, and a big thing every six months or so’.
💥At one point he was working on forty-seven things at once. Other inventors may have been richer, but no inventor has ever been more enthusiastic or successful.
🎯When you believe that what you do makes a difference, you have a different feeling about what you do.
🎯When you believe your job has worth in God’s eyes, you’re no longer vulnerable to the critics or dependent upon the cheerleaders.
🎯Apostle Paul said, ‘I consider my life worth nothing to me; my only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me.’
🎯One of the last prayers Jesus prayed was, ‘I have brought You glory on earth by finishing the work You gave Me to do.’
🎯If you are serious about pleasing God, you may consider that as your prayer too
– With Bob Gass Ministries