Work, Play, and Worship

 

          “We worship our work, work at our play, and play at our worship.”

          That observation about Americans is accurate in far too many instances.

          Neither a workaholic (i.e. one who worships his work), a hedonist (i.e. one who works at his play), nor an idolater (i.e. one who plays at his worship) is pleasing to God. Each is an indication that Jesus’ command of Matthew 6:33 is being disobeyed.

          “Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness” and you will not worship your work, work at your play, or play at your worship.

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