Work is not a curse but a sacred calling. It was not given us as either a liability or limitation but as a holy right and responsibility. The curse that came to the first family for sinning was not that they would have to work but what work they did would now become ensnared in extra effort and a burden within a blessing. Whatever your work, there will be powers and principalities set to make all your needed effort troublesome and tiring.
The highest call for all who know the Lord is to deliver to Jesus everything that belongs to him. It is not limited to spending time in religious activities sponsored by ministries and organizations; although these are valuable, we need to have an equal value for callings in any arena. This entails building God’s temple amid every people, nation, tribe and tongue, spreading God’s dominion everywhere we have the opportunity.
Once rediscovered ministers learn how to carry the power and the presence of God into the workplace, they become “mobile arks of the covenant,”… And as a result, they came to love weekdays as much as they already loved Sundays.