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What if everyone worked with Ephesians 6:7 in mind? “Work with enthusiasm, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.” Suppose no one worked to satisfy self or please the bottom line but everyone worked to please God. Many occupations would instantly cease– drug trafficking, thievery, prostitution, nightclub and casino management.
Certain behaviors would cease as well. If I’m repairing a car for God, I’m not going to overcharge his children. Imagine if everyone worked for the audience of One. Every nurse, thoughtful. Every officer, careful. Every teacher, hopeful. Every lawyer, skillful. Impossible? Well, not entirely. All we need is someone to start a worldwide revolution. Might as well be us! - Max Lucado ... See more
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GRANBY, Mo. — It's calving season in Southwest Missouri, and Granby farmer Lonnie Gray drives by his pastures daily to check on his 200 head of cattle and make sure
For those of you who are planning to paint your home's exterior, this is one article that has all the information you need. It is also our topic of discussion with Denny Heidrick on the Best Little Home Improvement Show, heard here Saturdays at 10:06 a.m. - DTKB ... See more
Is this the summer you are going to give your home a new coat for protection ice, snow, moisture and ultra-violet rays of the sun. Protect it and make it look fantastic but do it right by proper preparation and by using a quality paint for years of good looks. ... See more
When Michelangelo was in his early thirties, the pope invited him to paint a dozen figures on the ceiling of a Vatican chapel. Painting wasn’t Michelangelo’s first passion and he almost refused the project, thinking it was an insignificant one. But he accepted, and as he painted his enthusiasm mounted. Four years, four-hundred figures, and nine scenes later, Michelangelo had changed more than the chapel; he’d changed the direction of art and the style of European painting.
What turned Michelangelo’s work of obligation into an act of inspiration? An observer asked why he focused such attention on the corners of the chapel. “No one will ever see them,” he suggested. Michelangelo’s reply? “God will.” The artist must have known the scripture, “Work with enthusiasm, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people” (Ephesians 6:7) - Max Lucado ... See more