Re: Verse reading–Ephesians 6:5-9; Colossians 3:22-25; 1 Timothy 6:1-2; Titus 2:9-11 (day four) In each of these letters, Paul drives home the same point…our lives relate directly to God rather than man. In a slave relationship…or, in today’s world, an employer relationship…we are not to resent or argue or deceive our authority. We are reminded that our work is unto the Lord, not to man. We can escape the notice or knowledge of our employer, but God sees our every action and knows our heart and intentions. We get away with nothing. Paul tells us in the Titus passage that when we respond properly to our employers (masters), we adorn the doctrine of God. ‘Adorn’ means to make more pleasing; beautify, embellish, enhance, enrich, and grace. We add glory to God when we serve Him over our petty, worldly desires and passions. Our goals need to change…we should not be seeking what is best for ourselves, we should be seeking to adorn the doctrine of God. Give glory to God by rightly serving your authority!