We occasionally all have one of “those days” at work. This can easily lead to a bad attitude when it comes to our jobs and our career. However, God says in Colossians 3:23, “Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.” This fun and uplifting video reminds us that God worked for six days, found satisfaction in His labor, and rested on the seventh day. We should follow His example. This sermon illustration video works great for Labor Day or anytime you are preaching about the sabbath, rest, or work.
In our day and time, many find themselves overwhelmed by the rat race. As our busy schedules pull us from one direction to the next, we ask the question, “Am I supposed to feel so tired and burnt-out all the time?” Well, the book of Genesis reminds us that God made all of creation in six days, then on the seventh day He rested. God didn’t need the rest, but we certainly need to learn from His example. The Lord commands us to take one day each week and set it aside for both rest and worship. This mini-movie will work great when you are preaching on the topics of the sabbath, rest, work, or during a service on Labor Day weekend.
Work and Rest have always been part of God’s plan. Watch this video for a quick biblical overview of how we can honor God with a strong work ethic and by resting well.
Based on Colossians 3:23, this mini-movie is a prayer to God to renew our strength, refresh our spirit, and guide us in the work we do. Perfect for Labor Day.