(2 Thessalonians 3:6 - 13)
In our society today some people are employed and others are not.
Sometimes if a person is not employed, he/she may be idle and may not contribute to the development of the society.
We should take up activities that will help us not be idle.
An idle mind is the devil’s workshop. We can volunteer in various hospitals, in church or in community centres during the holidays to avoid idleness.
In 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13, Paul commands us to work and avoid being lazy. He tells us that if we do not work, then we should not eat.
It is through productive activity that we are able to exalt the name of the Lord.