Restrain Evil

Good people must restrain evil …

It has been said that evil never restrains itself. Evil is overcome when darkness meets the light of truth and the power of love. That’s how it is when good people pray.

Prayer@Work!

— Webster

 

A Good Plan

No plan of men ever works the way it was planned …

Plan to be surprised by life. Because stuff happens, make room for God in all your plans. Trust Him and pray. It will turn out okay!

Prayer@Work!

-Webster

The Business of Service

Work is essential to life …

Business is not primarily about profit or production. It’s about people. The first order of business is service to others. Entire communities benefit from the presence of a well-ordered enterprise. The faithful contribute when they pray about their work and their workplace. Make prayer part of your work every day!

Prayer@Work!

— Webster

 

Miracles

Miracles happen every day …

In fact, they happen so often, it’s a miracle more people can’t remember having seen one! If you can’t remember a miracle recently, pray about it today. Prayer really works.

Prayer@Work!

-Webster

 

Humor

Humor is life’s weather forecaster …

When things are most serious, there’s a 100% chance of┬áhumor. Ask God to share His sense of humor with you. And then, enjoy a good laugh with Him.

Prayer@Work!

-Webster

 

The Economy of Prayer

Prayer is your responsibility …

The economic life brings contrasting interests together into a single place and time. Since they’re often founded on different purposes,┬áthe varying interests can be opposed to each other. When this happens, there is the potential for conflict. While negotiation is society’s tool for conflict resolution, prayer remains God’s secret weapon. When faithful people pray at work, they bring peace to their workplace. Respect others. Pray about your work and your workplace. Do it daily!

Prayer@Work!

–Webster

Consistency

Consistency is the secret to success …

Do something good and do it often. It will soon become a habit — one that you’re actually quite proud of!

Prayer@Work!

-Webster