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A Message of Encouragement For Labor Day.


We are reminded of the importance of hard work and dedication as we celebrate Labor Day. Labor Day is a special day to acknowledge the efforts of everyone who works tirelessly every day to provide for themselves and their families. Christians are encouraged to work hard and give our best in every task or job we undertake. Today, we'll explore the significance of Labor Day according to Scripture.

1) Work Ethic According to Scripture:

In the book of Proverbs, the writer encourages us to work hard and to approach our jobs with integrity. In chapter 12, verse 11, the writer states, "Those who work their land will have abundant food, but those who chase fantasies have no sense."

This verse reminds us that we must be diligent in our approach to work and take pride in our output. Moreover, in Colossians 3:23-24, the apostle Paul encourages us to work enthusiastically as if we're serving the Lord and not man. This passage also reminds us that our reward comes from the Lord, who judges us according to our work.

2) The Purpose of Work:

In "Every Good Endeavor," Timothy Keller provides insight into the purpose of work according to Christianity. He believes that work is a calling from God and allows us to serve others, contribute to society, and glorify God. Through work, we can find purpose and meaning in our lives. Keller also states that Christians should strive to bring God's kingdom to earth through their work and that our jobs should be viewed as an opportunity to fulfill our God-given purpose.

3) A Biblical Perspective on Fair Wages:

According to 1 Timothy 5:18, a worker is worth their wages. This passage emphasizes the importance of paying workers what they deserve. In his book, "The Gospel According to Matthew," Leon Morris points out that Christians should advocate for fair wages and treat others with justice and respect. As we celebrate Labor Day, it's essential to remember that our pursuit of justice should extend beyond our immediate circles of influence.

4) A Message of Encouragement on Labor Day:

On Labor Day, we are reminded of our fellow citizens' hard work and dedication. This day is a reminder that no job is too small in the eyes of God. In "The Pursuit of God," A.W. Tozer emphasizes the importance of approaching our work with humility and avoiding comparing ourselves to others. Instead, we should focus on serving God and others with our unique gifts and talents. As we continue to pursue our callings, we can take comfort in knowing that God is with us, guiding us in every step of our journey.


As we celebrate Labor Day, we are reminded of the importance of work and every worker's valuable contribution to society. Scripture reminds us of the significance of our work and how it can glorify God. May we approach our work with diligence, purpose, and humility as we serve God, others, and our communities. Happy Labor Day!

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