Transforming a Workplace

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God desires a moment-by-moment relationship with us, and He wants to demonstrate His loving power to others through us. Ask Him to be a transformer in your workplace and city.

"Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind." (Romans 12:1-2).
    
A cab driver in the Philippines became radically saved. He was taught that he now had the power of God in his life to transform his community. Because he had not had any prior religious training to the contrary, he took a literal approach to believing what the Bible says about prayer and miracles.
    
He decided that the best mission field for him was the local bar in his neighborhood. So he began to visit this bar to find the most qualified sinner he could find in order to minister to him. He met the bartender and determined that he was a great prospect because he was also a gay drug addict and a pimp to 65 prostitutes. The cab driver visited the bar regularly and got to know the bartender while drinking his "usual" Coke. Eventually, the Lord used the cab driver to bring this man to Christ.
    
The power of God moved greatly in the bartender, and he was delivered from his homosexual lifestyle. He began to change his life and share Jesus' teachings with the prostitutes. All 65 of them became Christians, and they began meeting in the bar for Bible study.
    
Soon, the owner of the bar began to notice the change in these people, and he also was saved. The bar became a church, and the group started 10 cell group churches in the neighborhood. Now that is a miraculous transformation!
    
No matter what situation we find ourselves in, we should always remain aware that God wants to intervene. He desires a moment-by-moment relationship with us, and He wants to demonstrate His loving power to others through us. We can approach God about any situation, for there is nothing that is too small or too great for Him.*
    
Ask God to be a transformer in your workplace and city.
    
*Os Hillman, The 9 to 5 Window, Regal Books, Ventura, CA p. 143, 2005.

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