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“Do not lag in zeal, be ardent in spirit, serve the Lord.”‌ ‌

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Working with passion and faith can be a powerful combination. To work with passion, focus on finding a job or career that aligns with your interests and values. This will make it easier to stay motivated and engaged. To work with faith, consider incorporating spiritual practices such as meditation, prayer, or connecting with a faith community into your daily routine. Additionally, try to approach your work with a sense of purpose and meaning, and remember that even small tasks can have a significant impact when done with a sense of service. Hence, this is reflected in what Paul wrote in Romans 12:11, “Do not lag in zeal, be ardent in spirit, serve the Lord.”

Here are a few tips to help you find your passion in work and life:

Reflect on your interests and values: Take some time to think about the things that you enjoy doing and the values that are important to you. This can help you identify potential areas of interest to explore.

Try new things: Don't be afraid to try new activities or pursue new opportunities. You never know what you might discover you love.

Get feedback from others: Talk to people you trust about your strengths and interests. They may have insights that you haven't considered.

Be open to change: Keep in mind that your passions may change over time, so be open to exploring different options and making adjustments as needed.

Take Action: Start taking action towards your goal, try to create a plan and take small steps towards it, it can be a hobby, a course, a volunteer work, etc.

Learn from failure: Failure can be a valuable learning experience. Don't be discouraged if things don't work out as planned. Instead, use it as an opportunity to reflect and adjust your approach.

Seek out mentors and role models: Look for people who are doing something you admire, reach out to them and try to learn from them. In fact, it draws attention to Christian discipleship since Jesus mentored the Twelve—“his own who were in the world” (John 13:1)l.

Remember, finding your passion is a journey, and it may take time, but it's worth the effort.

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