Every Good Endeavor By Timothy Keller: An Analysis

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Timothy Keller begins his book Every Good Endeavor with an explanation about God 's design for work. The Creation narrative describes God actions of creating as being work. The best way to look at God 's intention for work is to see how He worked. In Genesis, we are shown that God 's design demonstrated a repetitive cycle of work and rest. There is a huge indication that work is good and Keller argues that work shouldn 't be seen as a restriction to the lives we want to live. Typically, work is considered restricting and prevents people from freedom. Since God 's design is work, this means that work can actually be freeing. When we live and act out God 's perfect will, we find freedom. We have to work for a meaningful life, but work is not the
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