We are told to train our kids with it.
“When they do well, praise them.”
“When they try hard, praise them.”
And then there is that little “like” button,
Looming under every word we post,
The chance to receive praise.
It is nice to know someone likes what you said. It is nice to receive that little touch of praise.
But what happens when there is no apparent praise?
What happens when you know full well that all the work you are doing will not be seen nor praised by men? Do you still give it your all?
What happens when you truly don’t know if anyone will “like” the words on your heart? Do you post them anyway?
Is God seeing enough?
Is God praising enough?
Is God knowing you and “liking” you enough?
Is He really enough?
So work hard, even if no one is watching. Post those words He places on your heart, even if you are not sure if anyone will “like” them.
And listen closely.
You just may hear his praise.
“‘Well done!’ the king exclaimed. ‘You are a good servant. You have been faithful with the little I entrusted to you…