Dealing with the Unexpected Part 4 – Luke 10:34

Dealing with the Unexpected Part 4

Dealing with the Unexpected Part 4 - Luke 10:34 | Follower of One

Deliver Excellence – We’re talking about the story of the Good Samaritan in the context of our Marketplace Mission Trip. The mission trip is going on right now as this airs. The Good Samaritan story doesn’t line up point-for-point with our mission trip, but there are 5 things we do on the 2nd week of the mission trip and they line up a bit with this story, so today, let’s focus on Luke 10:34 and 35.

The Samaritan bandaged him, nursed him to health, gave him a ride on his animal, and took him to an inn. Then he gave his own money to make sure the man was cared for, and he made good on any costs associated. This person went above and beyond the call.

Our idea today at work is to make sure we deliver excellence in everything we do. People see our faith and our Savior when we do what He says, and they don’t understand our faith at all when we don’t. When we deliver excellent work, we tell the world that we trust God. We do good because He tells us to. We represent him in our world. When we go above and beyond, we are doing what Jesus told us to do in Matthew chapters 5, 6 and 7. Excellent work tells our coworkers, customers and vendors they’re important.

So when you do anything for a coworker today, make sure the time comes out of your personal schedule. If you buy something, use your money, not your employer’s. This is your ministry. Make sure no one else needs to make a sacrifice because you follow Jesus. This is between you and Him. He will reward you. Try it out and see what I mean.

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