It Isn’t Payday

Posted by on Apr 27, 2012 in Personal Development, Reflections, Spirituality | 1,933 comments

We’re all eager to get paid. But in our job, we work all day, but never expect our pay to come in every hour–or even every week. We keep working, though. We keep working because we know our pay is being saved up for payday–at the end of the month. Imagine if a worker came in each day and expected to get paid at the end of that day. What would happen when he wasn’t paid? He’d probably get impatient and quit. This is exactly how we work for God. We work, but we want our pay, we want our results, *now*! This is why we get tired, impatient, and quit. We have forgotten… it isn’t payday yet.

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