“Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men” (Col. 3:23).
During the period of the Great Depression, a group of immigrants were put to work building roads. For a time, the men worked well, sang their songs, and were glad to have jobs. But, little by little, they discovered the roads they were building led nowhere, ran out into dreary, desolate places and stopped. As the truth dawned on them that they had been put to work solely to provide employment and an excuse for paying them survival money, the workers grew listless and stopped singing. Commenting on this, one astute observer said, “The roads to nowhere are difficult to make. For a…
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