3 Signs We’ve Made Work an Idol

Author:
Jeff Haanen
Date:
January 27, 2024
Type:

Exhaustion, fear, and pride are signs to be aware of, suggests Jeff Hansen, in this helpful article noting the value of quiet time and Sabbath in bringing us back to the only One worthy of worship.

"The very center of biblical faith is to love God with all your heart, mind, soul and strength. But when work supplants God, it immediately becomes destructive, just as all idols leave a trail of tears in their wake."

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