Maybe not, but it could be time to reevaluate your current occupation. I remember a quote I heard a long time ago that read something like when the grace of God leaves a place, it's time for you to leave too. This may be the case for you in your current job or business. God works in seasons and we must realize when our time is up at a particular place, because our assignment is over. Unfortunately not enough Christians see their jobs in this way. However, we need to be more aware of where God's presence is leading us as it relates to the work and business opportunities in which He allows us to participate.
So if you're confused as to whether God is directing you to leave a particular place, Thom Rainer, CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources, wrote an article with some practical advice that you can use - in conjunction with prayer - to help you make your decision. Here are a few of his indicators to determine when it's time to quit your job...
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Don't allow fear to keep you in a job that is no longer meant for you to be there. On the other hand, you can't allow impatience or anxiety to cause you to move before your time. Lean on the Holy Spirit to guide your decisions and He will lead you on the most profitable path for your work life.
Read the whole article: http://thomrainer.com/2013/02/27/its-time-to-quit-your-job/#.US-wJaU_XOU
What are your indicators to know when God wants you to transition in your work life? Please leave your comments below...
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