Remembering Jesus’s Labor For Us


Levi Durfey 




Labor Day was established as an official holiday in the late 1800’s to celebrate the American worker. It has now lost much of it’s original meaning and now basically marks the end of Summer and the start of school. 


In 1909, the American Federation of Labor convention adopted the Sunday before Labor Day as “Labor Sunday.” The intent was to focus on the spiritual aspect of the labor movement.


With that in mind, let’s turn to the Bible and see what we can learn about the spiritual side of the work we do.

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