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Topic: Work (07/27/06)
TITLE: Tale of the stinky boss
By D. Phenes
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“Mom, it was just terrible! You should have heard her? Who does she think she is?” Cassie told her mother. “Well dear, she is your boss” mom gently reminded her. “She does not deserve to be one.” protested Cassie. “Hold on dear, I have something for you.” said her mother as she dug deep in her purse. “There it is.” proclaimed mom as she handed Cassie a little piece of paper. “I picked up a bunch of these ‘blessing’ cards up at the Christian bookstore and this one really helps keeps me in perspective.” Cassie’s mother told her as Cassie looked at her with questioning eyes. “Remember whom you are and whom you serve!” Cassie read out loud. “Oh God, I have forgotten this somehow along the way.” Cried Cassie. “Help me to be a better Christian witness at work.” prayed Cassie with regret in her voice.
The next morning Cassie sat at her kitchen table reading her devotional and came across this verse, “Servants, obey in all things your masters according to the flesh; not with eye service, as men pleasers; but in singleness of heart, fearing God: And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as to the Lord and not unto men; I Thessalonians 3:22-23(KJV).
“Lord help me be a servant today at work and remember that I work not just for my boss, but you God are my ultimate boss. May your Holy Spirit direct my actions and words so that I may draw my co-workers and boss to you.” prayed Cassie as she opened the door to her office.
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