Bible Verse about Hard Work

2 Thessalonians 3:10-12

“For even when we were with you, we gave you this rule: “The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat.” We hear that some among you are idle and disruptive. They are not busy; they are busybodies. Such people we command and urge in the Lord Jesus Christ to settle down and earn the food they eat.”

Message:

There are both rich and poor people in this world. According to situations, the rich become more richer and the poor becomes more poorer. Nowadays people try to make money very easily through evil ways but people who are righteous lag a long way behind, despite of their faithfulness and hard-work. Those people do not seem to be busy, they relax and make money just like that.

But you who are righteous always, strive very very hard to meet your financial crisis. Have you had a question about why this happens this way? The roads to do evil is broader and the road to righteous is always narrow. Do not worry. They will get their rewards and you will receive yours for your hard-work at right time.

Since you did your part and put in your efforts, God will fill your life with more and more blessings. The people who spend leisure times through wrongs ways will soon regret. Righteous people are always closer to God and their rewards can never be taken away by someone else. God will satisfy your needs. Work hard, never lose hope, your rewards are on the way Smile

3 thoughts on “Bible Verse about Hard Work

  1. Its sad to see so many people living for the world today.I want to say they know not what they do but I wonder,then I remember To Love the sinner & hate the sin. God Bless You for spreading His Word.

  2. This is exactly what I am facing. I put in my best in my office but no positive result, they even push me out of the office I opened with my sweat, infact, it is very discouraging.

    May God help me out in Jesus name, Amen.

    Bob Bernard Udoh

  3. The verse that sums up this passage is verse 14 The Word bcmeae flesh and dwelt among us along with verse 18 No one has seen God at any time, He(the Word) has made Him (God) known to us. Amazing!But the verse that struck me today was verse 16 for of his fulness we have all received, and grace upon grace. Grace upon grace how much grace is that? It’s infinite! Which led me to Paul’s thought that God’s grace is sufficient for me. As I’m working through some things in my mind, trying to synthsize what I’m learning through my classes at school and what I’m reading on my own, what I’ve always known and what I’m learning others have always known it’s enough for me to rest in the fulness of God that I have received thru Jesus, and the grace upon grace which he lavishes on me. Praise God for that grace, and may I always extend it to those around me as lavishly as I have received it!

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