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A ministry of Dr. S.M. Davis that strengthens family relationships by helping families prevent or solve problems.
A ministry of Dr. S.M. Davis that strengthens family relationships by helping families prevent or solve problems.

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Hard Work: The Foundation of Character
Hard Work: The Foundation of Character


 


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The first occurrence of the word “work” in the Bible was not in relation to man, but was in relation to God Himself. Work is godly because God is the original worker. Laziness is ungodly. Work is foundational because God began everything by working. The very first thing God did for Adam was given him work to do. To get Adam ready for Eve God gave him more work to do. So a man who is not a hard worker is not ready to get married! When Adam disobeyed God, he not only created a sin problem, he also began a character crisis. To deal with that crisis, God increased the amount of work that man had to do. One of the main ways you develop character in children is by training them to be diligent workers using their hands to do hard work.

Running time: 56 minutes
Hard Work: The Foundation of Character

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May 16, 2018
Reviewer: Dana Weaver from Bryans Road, MD United States  
Great thoughts on why work is so important and how to get your kids working.

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Impactful! May 16, 2018
Reviewer: Haley Teeter from Bryant, AR United States  
My two oldest boys (6 & 4) will have their rest time in the living room and I’ve been putting on one of Dr. Davis’ sermons for them to watch/listen to. This one proved to be very powerful and I’m so grateful! The next day they were referencing and remembering certain pictures and things he had said. Thank you so much!

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