When we meet someone, we usually ask the familair question, “So, what do you do?”
- Answer – “Oh, I am a doctor or a farmer or a lawyer or a plumber or a pastor….”
Our answers to this common question lead to much deeper issues.
People tend to place much of their purpose, value, and identity in their occupation, in what they do. But perhaps we settle for a limited view of ourselves because of the way the culture defines things.
The truth is that no matter what we do to earn a living or to keep our homes, we have a calling that is greater, one that ultimately reaches beyond this life into eternity.
We are called to an indispensably necessary role in the world. Our Lord identified us as salt to the earth and light to the world (Matthew 5:13-16).
Evaluate your life – in the context of this higher…
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