God's Grace In The Workplace by Adrian Rogers

God's Grace in the Workplace
Dr. Adrian Rogers
Proverbs 14:23

We're preaching through the book of Proverbs. A human
proverb is a short sentence based on long experience,
but these are short sentences based on something
better than long experience. They're based on the
inspiration of the Holy Spirit as given to Solomon.
Now today I have a message that I just pray God the
Holy Spirit will burn into your heart because, if you
understand the message today, I can promise you that
it will literally transform your life. I've never
preached on this subject, that is a whole message on
this subject. I have alluded to it, but I believe it
is a foundational truth and I'm really amazed that
I've not brought a whole message on this particular
subject before.

Proverbs chapter 14 and verse 23 and just the first
part of that verse. "In all labour there is profit,"
in all labour there is profit. I want to talk to you
today about God's grace in the workplace, God's grace
in the workplace. And again I want to tell you if you
understand what I have to say today it's going to
transform your work! It's going to change it from
boredom to blessing. It's going to change it from
monotony to meaning. It's going to change it from
drudgery to dignity. It's going to change it from the
same old grind--to glory--if you understand what I
have to say.

You see, so many people are sick and tired of what
they do. I mean, they endure their work. They don't
enjoy their work. They think their job is
meaningless. They think that some people have happy
jobs, some people have exciting work, some people have
thrilling things to do, but not them. They draw their
breath and draw their salary. They wake up in the
morning and take a bath, shave, go down, drink a cup
of coffee, eat a piece of toast, scald their throat
because they're running a little late, drink their
coffee too fast, then they run out and fight ...

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