Here is the key to successful--that is truly successful, not success measured by man's standards--life. What are the proper attitudes to be shown toward God? First, within the subject at hand, the Christian must remember they are doing what they do ... "as unto Christ," "as the servants of Christ," "as to the Lord," "fearing God," "as to the Lord," "for ye serve the Lord Christ" (Eph. 6:5, 6, 7; Col. 3:22, 23, 24). The Christian is to have a relationship of respect, obedience, trustworthiness, and diligence toward the job, the employer, and the fellow-employee for "this is acceptable with God" (1 Pet. 2:20).
The Christian has two types of relationships in view under this heading. First, the Christian may be an employer, or manager, or some other authoritative role over other employees. What are the attitudes a Christian then should possess as the employer? Second, the Christian has a relationship with his fellow employees. What are the attitudes a Christian should possess as a fellow employee?