Working For Glory A Theology For Doing Work That Really Matters - The Glory of the Ordinary: A Brief Theology of Work Part II  Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, 24] knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward.. found ourselves doing something, not for the pay and not for the social standing, but for sake of working together to get something done that benefited everyone.” This issue is huge, and most of us do not have a theology for work, even. 07.04.2008 · One is a Theology of Glory and the other is a Theology of the Cross. I believe that it is very important that we understand the differences between these two ways of thinking. In so doing, I believe we will arrive at the conclusion that these two systems cannot be mixed..
Sometimes as a sudden shock, sometimes as a breath of fresh air, each will learn that the task of “doing theology” has really only just begun. When the phone rings in the middle of the night the grace of lived theology will be the only grace that matters. Thank God, such grace is given abundantly.. We Who Work with Words: Towards a Theology of Writing. Pierce Taylor Hibbs. Pierce Taylor Hibbs is the associate director for theological curriculum and instruction at the Theological English Department of Westminster Theological Seminary.. 07.04.2011 · Why Theology Matters For A Church It is perhaps considered normal these days for churches to have a non-theological or even anti-theological stance. However this does have very many consequences, all of which are dangerous for the health of the church..
This hymn, which we often sing when celebrating the resurrection, was penned out of frustration by Alfred Ackley. He was discouraged by a liberal preacher who said the resurrection did not matter.. One answer might go something like this: God in every way and sense equally willed the salvation of Sarah and Suzie, and to that end he gave them both in all relevant respects the same graces, but Sarah made a good use of her resources and Suzie made a bad use of them.. Working to Please the Lord from Richard Phillips Apr 13, 2015 Category: Articles Eric Liddell was a Scottish Christian runner who refused to compete in the 1924 Olympics on the Lord’s Day..
When Paul said that these slaves were to work for their masters, recognizing that they would receive an “inheritance from the Lord” (v. 24), this would have been really radical to a slave. Slaves could not own anything and received no inheritance throughout their lives. Therefore, this would have given great hope and motivation to the slaves, especially those working under a hard master.