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Hustle and Grind: The Theology of Work

Some people worship at the altar of their career, striving for success and security while sacrificing their own rest and well-being. Others can't be bothered to break away from their gaming or binge-watching habits on the couch. Work has provided a God-given purpose and dignity to human life even before the fall, yet God also modeled our need for rest when He "ended His work which He had done, and…rested" (Genesis 2:2). In this teaching series, Skip Heitzig explores what God's Word has to say about worship and work, rest and laziness.

 
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11/7/2021
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Get a Job
Genesis 1-2
Skip Heitzig
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11/14/2021
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Get to Work!
Nehemiah 3
Nate Heitzig
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For American adults, over 70 percent of time awake is spent in the workplace. That means the workplace is the greatest mission field of our day. But for some, a wall exists between Sunday and Monday separating their spiritual life from their work life. In this message, Nate Heitzig teaches from Nehemiah 2-3 and gleans biblical principles on how to work with purpose, people, and passion.
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11/28/2021
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When Work Becomes an Idol
Psalm 127:1-2
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America is founded on hard work; we even dedicate a day (Labor Day) to celebrate workers. The American Dream suggests that wealth and success follow hard work, and Scripture commends work that’s well done (see Colossians 3:23-24). But something good can become bad if taken too far. Work is good; overwork is not. Being a worker is good, while being a workaholic is bad. Work can become an idol, interrupting the priority of God in our life. Psalm 127 is a poem of contrasting priorities—a life of vanity versus a life of value—and in it we find several warnings from its author, Solomon.
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12/5/2021
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Learning to Relax
Exodus 20:8-11
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If ever there was a commandment tailor-made for the overcommitted and overworked, this is it! Here, God gives His people an order to rest and relax. It’s pretty amazing that we serve a God who put this on His top ten list of important things. Today and next week we will consider what it means to rest and why it is good to do so. Moreover, we’ll see why it is essential to our worship.
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12/12/2021
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The Sabbath Rest
Deuteronomy 5:12-15
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Though Christians are solidly under the new covenant, rooted in grace and not law, we enjoy the principle of taking a Sabbath rest from our work. We bring honor to God by worshipful rest. We also show respect to others in our lives by using our free time to build them up. Not only that but we need a break for our physical health and emotional health. Today, let’s consider not only God’s commandment for us to rest, but also the stewardship of our time in putting it into practice.
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1/9/2022
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A Sermon on Six Legs
Proverbs 6:6-11
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Most people think of ants as a nuisance to be eliminated, but Solomon saw them as teachers to be emulated. Writing to his son (see Proverbs 6:1), Solomon warns him that though rest is good, too much of it can be bad. As we conclude our Hustle and Grind series, we focus on the comparison between the industrious ant and the inactive sluggard and why work and rest must be kept in careful balance.
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