â€śThe dictionary is the only place where success comes before work.â€ť
Those wry words by newspaperman Arthur Brisbane capture a principle found throughout the Old and New Testaments: Work is a worthy and necessary pursuit if weâ€™re to accomplish all that God asks of us. Yet as a Christian, your role in the work force may raise some puzzling questions:
When it comes to ethics on the job, where does my responsibility to my employer end and my responsibility to God begin?
How far should I go in witnessing to co-workersâ€”or those whom I supervise?
Because Iâ€™m in the work force and not in full-time ministry, am I neglecting the â€śrealâ€ť work of advancing Godâ€™s kingdom?
In Wisdom for the Workplace, John MacArthur brings a practical, biblical perspective to your careerâ€”regardless of what it is. Youâ€™ll discover the keys to genuine job satisfaction, and be encouraged when you see how your career can have a vital, eternal impact for the Kingdom of God.