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God At Work
Christians must regularly remember the mighty works of God—specifically in the person of Jesus (2 Tim 2:8). We who are saved by grace are part of God’s workmanship and must walk in good works (Eph. 2:10). Our focus on the work of God in our church and our own lives will encourage gratitude, stimulate faith, and remind us of the hope we have in the gospel. The work of God is not done.