In today’s generation this is a word that hardly anyone puts to practice.
To some it is a dirty word, they don’t want to say work, think about work or even attempt to work.
Work. If there is one thing my parents taught me, it was how to work. I remember as a kid having to do chores. I learned how to vacuum, do the dishes, clean the bathrooms and so much more. I learned at a young age to work hard and I’m so thankful that my parents taught me to work!
“For a dream cometh through the multitude of business; and a fool’s voice is known by multitude of words.” Ecclesiastes 5:3 KJV
This verse is one of my favorite verses in the Bible. Simply it states that if you ever want to accomplish anything you have to work hard.
If you have a dream, a goal, a desire…you will have to work hard to see it come to pass. The greatest athletes didn’t become great just by sitting on the couch, they became great by spending hours and hours practicing and working on their game to become better. Whatever you want to do in life, you have to work hard.
I’ve seen people who talk more than they work and they wonder why they never accomplish anything. God’s Word tells us that a fool’s voice is known by the multitude of words. Foolish people are the ones who sit around and complain about how things are going. They are the ones who always have something to say about whatever is going on. The people that talk a lot are the ones who never get anything done.
Whatever your dream is? Whatever your goal is? Stop sitting around talking about it. Get up and start doing something to accomplish it!
Stop talking about what you are going to do for Christ! Stop talking about serving Him! Just start doing what you know to do as a Christian. If you start working for the Lord, He will bless you more then you will ever dream of!
You have to choose a side.
Be a worker or be a talker.
A worker accomplishes dreams and goals.
A talker talks about the one who is working, yet wants the success of the one who works!
“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” ~ Thomas A. Edison