Work For Jesus

Episode 4 May 03, 2021 00:34:09

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Misael Gonzalez • Colossians 3:22-4:1

Do you think that God only works from 8am to 5pm? Maybe you think He only works on the weekends? In reality, God is always at work in us, through us, and beyond us no matter where we find ourselves. When we understand more of who God is and how He made us to worship Him, we will know that even our jobs can be leveraged to proclaim His name. Why? Because we must live all of life – all for Jesus.

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