HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

See, I have called by name Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah: Exodus 31:2

We lightly speak of a man’s occupation as his calling and fail to realize the profound significance of the phrase. One man is called to the ministry; another to the bar; others, like Bezaleel and Aholiab, to work in all manner of workmanship. Each should realize, therefore, that faculty, desire, circumstance, constitute a Divine call, and that there may be as distinct a vocation in the merchant’s office, the tradesman’s shop, or in the work of a domestic servant, as in the Church itself.

The morning bell that summons us to daily duty is the call of our Father, bidding us engage in the toils to which He has assigned us. He, who gave Moses the plan, gave the artificers the power to work it in gold, silver, brass, and wood. Let this be your faith; and each morning, as you go to your work, however distasteful it may be, say, “God has called me to this; and He will fill me with all the strength, wisdom, and grace, that I need for its right-doing.”

Abide in your calling. – Unless it is a wrong or dishonourable one, it is better to stay in it than to become restless and changeable; and if you must leave it, wait for God to open another door. This is the time to stay where you are and to wait until for the change if it is possible. Do not step over the line until God has asked you to make the move.

Find in God the makeweight to all the deficiencies of your life. – If you are enslaved by daily duty, remember that in Christ you are free; if free from daily toil, in Christ you are a slave. The supply of every deficiency, the rectification of every hardship, is to be found in Jesus. Therefore, cast all your cares n Jesus and let Him take care of all your deficiency.

Mind to do all for God. – To do all in God and for Him, remembering that He sees and accepts all, not according to the results accomplished, but to the heavenly and holy motives that prompt the worker – this is to be blessed. Hallelujah.

Author: Godfrey Gregg

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