Sometimes we let the wear and tear of everyday life deter us from the thing God is asking us to do….Just because you have a job does not mean you are doing work….. The definition of Job is a piece of work, especially a specific task done as part of the routine of one’s occupation or for an agreed price…. So a lot of people we find in church are dissatisfied with God because they believing they are doing their “job” of a Christian by going to church, paying tithes, not cussing ALL the time, and by listening to the edited version of Lil Wayne…. So we decree and want our pay for doing our job……We want our house, our mate, our cars, and our bags of money dropped off by dogs at our doorstep…. God hasn’t given us a job he has commissoned to a work… In completing that work that means that we may do different “jobs”. We have the tendency to handle God like we do our bosses on our jobs, we tell our bosses on our job ” I won’t do that because it’s not in my JOB description.” Where if my focus is the work (definition: Physical or mental effort or activity directed toward the production or accomplishment of something) than I can say like Paul did in 1 Cor.9:22 “I am made all things to all men, that I might by all means save some.” It becomes easy in marriage, church, and in other relationships to measure whether or not someone is doing their job and the pay becomes our love. So most times if we feel like we are doing better at our job than the other one is than we do not give the other person their pay. Where as if we are both attempting to complete a work than we understand in different seasons of the relationship one might have more jobs than the other in order to complete the work. 2 Thessalonians 3:10 ”that a man that doesn’t work doesn’t eat.” The scripture does not say a man that doesn’t have a job doesn’t eat. So could the reason that we get weak,irritable,and lose vision is because we are too busy trying to do our job and fulfillment comes from completing the work he has given us to do?