Matthew McNutt - October 6, 2019

Work as Worship: Don't Worship Work

Although work is clearly important to God, we must not make our occupation an idol; that is, something to which we give too much weight or devotion. The scripture verses in Psalm 127:1-2 and Matthew 6:9-24 provide indicators that our work may be an idol - that our worship is misplaced. One, our work is in vain. Two, our hope is in wealth. Three, our identity is in our occupation. Pastor Matthew provides a simple question to ask ourselves in determining if our work has become an idol. He also gives steps to take if work is an idol.

From Series: "Work as Worship"

Many Christian spend a great deal of time working and yet do not realize how their work intersects with their faith. Scripture makes no division between the sacred and secular parts of our lives. God gives us our work, skills and access to the people we work with so that through them we might worship Him and be a lighthouse for Him. This series will help us see God’s intention for work, how we work for His glory, how we make a kingdom impact through our work, and how to make sure work does not become an idol.

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