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Monday, June 9, 2014

Comparing our work ethic to that of an ant....Do we measure up?

The size of your passion and determination is more important than the size of your limitations or task you need to accomplish.

Lessons we can learn from an ant about work:

Go to the ant! Consider her ways and be wise, which, having no ...captain, overseer or ruler, provides her supplies in the summer, and gathers her food in the harvest. Proverbs 6:6-8

As you watch and study the ants around you, notice these things about them.

She doesn't wait until there is a need or problem to get to work. Do you see a need and roll up your sleeves or put it off until another day?

The ant is persistent, sticking to a job, whether building a nest or gathering food. Do you always stick to a job until it is done and done right?

It knows its job and does it, working quietly and without show until the work is done. Do you work without complaining, without whining? Do you do your job quietly?

It doesn’t need another ant watching to be sure it gets its work done.
Can you do a job without someone checking on you to be sure it is being done?

It is cooperative, working with others to get big jobs done.
Do you work happily together with your friends, family, classmates, or co-workers?
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