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The Laborers In The Vineyard

The Parable Of The Laborers In The Vineyard – Matthew 20:1-16

1 For the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man that is an householder, which went out early in the morning to hire labourers into his vineyard. 334 more words


Salt pools

Laborers collect salt from pools of evaporating saltwater in Niger. Once a crossroads of ancient trading empires, the landlocked country gained independence from France in 1960. 6 more words


Monday's Quick Word

Ladies, as Christian workers who are actively engaged in invading the world system, we must become aware of the need for toughness. Those who think they can accomplish God’s agenda as soft, or weak people are in for a surprise: Christian work is arduous! 511 more words


Labor Day in the US, Celebrating Workers

Today is a national holiday in the US. Called Labor Day, it was designed to celebrate the people who formed the backbone of our manufacturing power, yet who were otherwise ignored and put down. 303 more words


US Labor Day=Time Out with a Day Off

Labor Day: we consider it a signal, even a hallmark of summer’s slow shuttering, and as a bonus 8 (or 10 or 12) hours free of our daily, tiresome as well as appreciated jobs. 485 more words

Called to the Harvest by Pastor Abidan Shah

CALLED TO THE HARVEST by Pastor Shah, Clearview Church, Henderson

Introduction: Today we are in part 3 of our series “NO BENCH WARMERS,” encouraging and challenging all of us to find a place somewhere at Clearview. 1,914 more words

Why do laborers always show up early or late?

My friend Mads recently complained about publicly contracted tree cutters starting work close to his bedroom window one morning at 4:30 am.

The same day, a story ran in the news which could have a tragic ending: following a festival in Jutland, renovation workers lowered a heavy garbage container on top of a tent in which two girls were sleeping. 282 more words