What God wants you to do

Losing a job does not mean you are worthless.

For most of us, our work is of vital importance, at least economically. But sometimes an occupation becomes the major means of defining our worth and identity. When present employment ends, then—if we're fired, laid off, phased out—it may be a time when feelings of fear, resentment, and bitterness crowd in and threaten to overwhelm us. What can we do?

Instead of an unhappy period of anxiety and fear, we can make this time one of accepting new ideas that will enable us to gain a clearer sense of identity and worth.

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