Posts Tagged ‘Nick D’Aloisio’

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Salvation is not a reward for the good things we have done…” (Ephesians‬ ‭2‬:‭9‬ NLT)

Nick D’Aloisio learned programming off how-to videos on the Internet. He launched his first app at age 12, and would create a new one every summer break from school. After an initial success of one app, Nick worked hard to fine-tune his project, which is now called Summly, an app that Yahoo! paid $30 million for.

While hard work does pay off in the world, it doesn’t always spiritually. Christianity is based on God’s work in us, not just what we do for Him. In fact, if what we do or who we are is being credited instead of God, we are doing it wrong! Our discipline must be to allow ourselves to be hidden behind the Cross, so that only He is exalted.

Working hard is a lost art in today’s society, even in churches. But while we do need to serve, our focus is Christ’s gains, not our own. When He is lifted up, He blesses us for it! You are loved today for simply who you are!

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