Job pressure is not job pleasure.

Work-driven cultures try to force people to continually think about what company or corporation they need to work to live rather than live to work. At home, a man’s mind is often drifting off to work. He comes home tired and dozes off in front of the television. His family is neglected because he is so tired to think, pray with them, to read his bible or sing praises to God.

He doesn’t understand the mechanism of grace and wallow in abject discomfort and emptiness. Why most people don’t get energized is that they are always dependent on their might. People who are wrapped in their careers and running after the corporate world have their motivation and priorities out of place. They have taken their work so seriously that they neglect the power behind their existence.

The grace of God is not a covering, it is an enablement to overcome challenges. Grace gives you a second chance. It enables you redirect your step towards the right purpose for your life. It gives you a sense of motivation and shows you there is an Almighty that has been waiting for you to make out time to look on Him. Why God predestined His grace was for you not to lack before you get started.

Always being under job pressure doesn’t bring pleasure irrespective of the fact that it brings food on the table. Sometimes it can make you disconnect from God gradually. Make out time for God, reduce the workload and find a way to reschedule your time to absorb the things of God. Think about it.

Author: Pastor Chilavert Nmezi

I am televangelist, having the divine call and a mandate to reach out to the ends of the world winning souls for Christ.

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