Quotes on Work

“I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.”—Helen Keller

“The highest reward for a man’s toil is not what he gets for it, but what he becomes by it.”—John Ruskin

“You can measure what you would do for the Lord by what you do.”—T. C. Horton, quoted in Christian Life

“The local church is espoused to Christ, but there is always the danger of that love growing cold. Like Martha, we can be so busy working for Christ that we have no time to love Him. Christ is more concerned about what we do with Him than for Him. Labor is no substitute for love.”—Warren Wiersbe

“If a man's business requires so much of his time that he cannot attend the services of his church, then that man has more business than God intended him to have.”—J. C. Penney

“A fellow pulling on the oars hasn’t time to rock the boat.”

“Wasted time equals wasted years, which equals wasted life.”

“Do what has to be done; do it when it has to be done; do it right.”

“One good thing about being a procrastinator is that you always have something planned for tomorrow.”

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