Who’s my Boss?

In regards to my worklife, for some time I had been looking for a “way out” of SMa with all the internal crap that was going on which has demoralised most staff.

BUT… it looks like God has closed the “doors” for my escape and indicating that I should remain resilient in the face of craps *sianz…* (=p)

From a recent incident at work, I realised that lately my attitude at work isn’t that good. And I was led to see that it was affected by some bitterness that I was harbouring within me. Therefore, subtly this had gnawed me inside.

The cause?

A spirit of competition and a breakdown of communication between a colleague and me within my divison.  

My prayer:

Lord, forgive me for losing focus on what matters most and forgetting that You are my Boss. Help me to align my will to your purpose in my workplace once again. Amen

“Servants, do what you’re told by your earthly masters. And don’t just do the minimum that will get you by. Do your best. Work from the heart for your real Master, for God, confident that you’ll get paid in full when you come into your inheritance. Keep in mind always that the ultimate Master you’re serving is Christ”

Colossians 3:23-24 (The Message)

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2 thoughts on “Who’s my Boss?

  1. If you do the minimum, what make different among the people.
    If you love the people, what make different between you as a Christian and others.
    Go an extra mile….
    Why go extra mile?
    Extra mile make you purposeful.
    If you see life as a race, winner tend to fast than the second runnerup by a few second.
    If your goal is a oil field, the person who make is the one who make extra effort to drill another hole to tap the crude oil.
    If you want to win, you will do everything to fulfill it.
    If you want to love someone, you will give him or her your best.
    Find your passion, your first love from God, it will energize you to the next level.
    Be confidence in see everything come to pass,
    always remember Jesus say,
    I will be with you always.
    As long as Jesus knows the Truth, it does not matter what you tell your customers or bosses.

    Is this you trying to say? Andrew 😛

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