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Tom Nelson: The Hidden Years of Jesus

Fundamentally, work is contribution rather than remuneration.

From age 12 to 30, Jesus spent time in a carpenter's shop. What does that mean for us? Tom Nelson highlights the importance of the fact that Jesus spent most of his time on earth working - creating, shaping and fixing with his hands. The magnitude of Jesus' "hidden years" serves to remind us that work most certainly matters.

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