Colossians 2:1 “For I would have you know how greatly I strive for you, and for them at Laodica, and for as many as have not seen my face in the flesh;”
Financial Scripture is a Confession point on having the grace of having freedom from vain toil in finances previewed from Jae Magazine, covering the book of Colossians and excerpted from In Defense of Stillness by Jae Elizabeth, the world's largest scholastic compilation of full financial verses.
Our good works will live on long after we pass away. That is the essence of our legacy, and the great joy that we have in knowing that there will be people positively effected by your life that you will never know. Having knowledge of this allows you to be more purposeful in your walk with God.
You can wake up every day knowing that your work is not done in vain, but has a ripple effect of optimism on the planet. We are all connected to each other as human beings, from the cradle to the grave. Bask in the promises of God that you work unto the Lord, doing good and benefiting others, which leaving behind a treasure that will not moth, rust or be destroyed. It will outlast you.
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