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In Ephesians 6:5-7 Paul teaches us that we should not do things to please men but work to please God. Chasing after the affirmation of man is an elusive and frustrating trail to follow. We should encourage each other but the true affirmation that edifies and uplifts is to hear God say: "well done, thou good and faithful servant" (Matt 25:21; KJV). God wants his fullness to be exhibited through us (Eph 1:23). We are his hands and feet and voice upon this earth (Matt 28:19).We are not just workers on the job but ambassadors for Christ (2 Cor 5:20), not just a shopper in the store but a light shining for him (Matt 5:14) and not just a face in the crowd at a social gathering but salt (Matt 5:13).

Salt should season things wherever it is spread. On the job we should be on time, go the extra mile: “do all things without murmurings or disputings” (Phil 2:14). We need to have God in our spiritual eye all day so we please him and hence our employer. We can do this; we have the greater one on the inside of us (1 John 4:4) and in the word we read that: "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me" (Phil 4:13). What did the Lord say in the parable of the talents to the good servants? The Lord said: “Enter into the joy of thy Lord" (Matt 25:21). I don't know about you but enjoying God’s abundant life (John 10:10) sounds good to me.

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