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Do you see yourself as working for your employer with clearly defined lines of authority, or do you see yourself working for me, or both? The Bible speaks of servants and masters, but in your world of commerce, the terms employer and employee are used, but the principles are the same. You are inherently free in your spirit, but you still need to earn a living. Does it seem burdensome to you to answer to me as well as to your manager? You can see this in a more positive light. Those who work as unto me will have access to my favor and resources and assistance in everything they do.

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Through the Bible Teacher's Guide eBook

Through the Bible Teacher's Guide eBook

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