More Than a CarpenterBlog / Produced by The High Calling
Although Christ fulfilled His ultimate purpose on the cross, His work as a carpenter had spiritual significance. He showed us how to make our work meaningful. He taught us that no job is too plain or worldly to God when it’s done for His glory. The motivation behind our work is what makes it important.
Creation and New Creation examines the doctrine of creation alongside new creation.
Published by The High Calling, January 5, 2014.
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