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January 27, 2010


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John the Baptists tells us to "be happy with your wages" (Luke 3:14). He is telling us this for our own good. Although it is a simple directive, he makes a point of articulating this message because it is something we have to work at. Our human nature is to be unhappy with our wages. It takes a certain level of intellectual ascent -- no matter what your pay -- to be content on the job. It is a lot easier to find that contentment if God is part of your work. Always remember that God provides. That doesn't alleviate you from the responsibility of working, but it takes some of the pressure off in terms of seeking ever-higher wages.

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