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  • ISBN: 978-1594420856
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Page Count: 216
  • Publisher: Sprinkle Publications

The Religious Tradesman (Richard Steele)

$14.00 $12.00

Here is a book very well suited to the hard-working man (or the lazy who ought to be!) by its sound instruction of a tradesman’s duties and the way in which the author warmly and thoughtfully urges this upon our conscience. As the Word of God urges us to render excellent service, under the blessing of God, in our shops and offices, so this book does likewise.

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The Religious Tradesman

Steele’s Original Subtitle read as:

Or, Plain and Serious Hints of Advice for the Tradesman’s Prudent and Pious Conduct; From His Entrance Into Business, to His Leaving It Off

Here is a book very well suited to the hard-working man (or the lazy who ought to be!) by its sound instruction of a tradesman’s duties and the way in which the author warmly and thoughtfully urges this upon our conscience. As the Word of God urges us to render excellent service, under the blessing of God, in our shops and offices, so this book does likewise.

Endorsement:

“It is a Book admirably fitted by its proper representation of the Tradesman’s duties, and the close and warm enforcement of them upon the conscience, to do excellent service, under the blessing of God, to the shop, and to the world. The following sheets contain a rich treasure of wholesome instruction, such as every Tradesman should write upon his heart, and practice in his shop and family.” – Isaac Watts, 17th century pastor and famous hymn-writer

Table of Contents:

1- The Nature of a Life of Business, and Obligation to it
2 – Of Choosing a Calling
3 – Of Prudence and Discretion
4 – Of Diligence
5 – Of Justice
6 – Of Truth
7 – Of Contentment
8 – Of Religion
9 – Of Leaving our Callings
APPENDIX

Steele on the Goodness and Necessity of Work

Steele builds his discussion of work on the foundation of God’s sovereignty and his purposes in creation. God has endowed us with the appropriate skills and faculties and placed us within a context of “mutual dependence upon each other”, in which we are unable to supply all our needs and wants apart from the productive labor of others.

These needs and wants of mankind have created a vast array of necessary employments. In order for humanity to flourish, we need workers in fields related to medicine and health, but we also need those who labor in the area of property development and acquisition, clothing, and food production and supply. Beyond supplying these needs, God has also given us those who labor for the “convenience and delight of their brethren of mankind.”

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