By Linda Tancs
One of the latest trends in employment is quiet quitting, the act of doing the bare minimum to complete one’s work requirements. The causes for this behavior include burnout, lack of recognition or career development, boredom, despair, discouragement and depression. It’s not just a business issue, though. It can be relational and spiritual, too. Have you ever quiet quit your faith, or know someone who has? Maybe all someone can do is muster up a belief that God exists. Maybe they’ve given up on believing that He can do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think (Ephesians 3:20), probably for the same kinds of reasons that someone quiet quits at work. A key to avoiding quiet quitting at work is engagement. The same applies to your spiritual life. A robust faith life takes work. It involves engaging with the Word on a daily basis, studying it and applying it. It involves prayer and trust (Hebrews 11:6). Stir up your faith (2 Timothy 1:6) and don’t quit on it.
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