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The LORD God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it.

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Why Learn and Why Work? (Part 2 of 3) | Australia
[This article is part of a series. For Part 1 see: http://australia.thegospelcoalition.org/article/wh&] Principle 2: We are created to love to learn Calvin famously began with his definitive statement: Nearly all the wisdom we possess, that is to say, true and sound wisdom, cons...
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You are never without work (A Biblical Reflection on Unemployment) | Australia
I currently do not have a job. My contract was not renewed last year, and I am looking for work. It has not been an easy time. It has made me question God: why has he done this to me? It has made me question myself: who am I? It has led to me experiencing a rollercoaster of emoti...
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Five Things the Bible Teaches Us about Work
The Bible has a lot to say about work and our attitudes toward it. Here are five points to consider.
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What is a biblical theology of work?
What is a biblical theology of work? Why is it important to have a theology of work that is based on the teachings of the Bible?
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Sin
How should Christians understand the origin of sin? Why did God create man if He knew we would sin? What else does the Bible teach about sin?
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You Had One Job (Genesis 2:15-17)
You Had One Job Genesis 2:15-17 15 And the Lord God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it. 16 And the Lord God command...
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Fall - Genesis 2:15-17; 3
Sin is the result of believing the lies of the evil one. Separation, despair, hopelessness, and general dysfunction are the end result of going against the p...
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Does God discriminate against women? | Genesis 2:15-24
Tough Questions Les Crawford oakdenbaptist.org.au
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Genesis 2:18. The Creation of Woman
Commentary on Genesis 2:18-25 and an examination of the creation of woman. This is part of a larger series that will be listed at http://johnstevenson.net/ u...
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The Most Important Reason We Work
Many view work as a means of survival. When we view work this way, our motivation to work is misguided. In order to shift our misplaced motivation, we need a theology of work.
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You are never without work (A Biblical Reflection on Unemployment) | Australia
I currently do not have a job. My contract was not renewed last year, and I am looking for work. It has not been an easy time. It has made me question God: why has he done this to me? It has made me question myself: who am I? It has led to me experiencing a rollercoaster of emoti...
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Why Learn and Why Work? (Part 2 of 3) | Australia
[This article is part of a series. For Part 1 see: http://australia.thegospelcoalition.org/article/wh&] Principle 2: We are created to love to learn Calvin famously began with his definitive statement: Nearly all the wisdom we possess, that is to say, true and sound wisdom, cons...
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7 Bible verses on how to serve God as you work
If you\'re having a hard time realising the value of your work and understanding how you can serve God as you serve your customers, the Bible can help you discover what attitude you should adopt in the workplace. These seven verses are just a sample of the biblical guidance on ho...
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Feeling worn out by your 9-5: How faith in God gives your work meaning
God never meant for work to be a source. It was only meant to be a channel
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What is a biblical theology of work?
What is a biblical theology of work? Why is it important to have a theology of work that is based on the teachings of the Bible?
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