In the body of Christ, no one is too important or too insignificant to work for God. Nehemiah 3 is a list of persons who did physical construction work for God. The manual laborers included delicate goldsmiths and perfumers, important high officials, women and girls, and everyone who was willing and able.
Nehemiah 3:12 Workers
Next to him Shallum the son of Hallohesh, the official of half the district of Jerusalem, made repairs, he and his daughters.
Nehemiah 3:5 Shirkers
Moreover, next to him the Tekoites made repairs, but their nobles did not support the work of their masters.
Some thought they were too important to help the work. Overworked men and women were forced to do the work others shirked.
In a perfect world everyone would do their own work, constructions workers would construct, perfumers would perfume, goldsmiths would smith, and nobles would do whatever nobles are supposed to do. However, sin has broken this perfect world, and there are times when it is necessary to get your hands dirty by hard work doing jobs that others have neglected.
Acts 6:2 The Early Church
So the twelve [apostles] summoned the congregation of the disciples and said, "It is not desirable for us to neglect the word of God in order to serve tables."
It is important to do the special job that God gives you to do. It is important to stay focused, It is also important to be a willing worker. All twelve apostles combined in Acts 6 only wrote eight Bible books. One man, Paul, who had callouses from sewing tents and was not beneath carrying wood wrote thirteen Bible books. Callouses and dishpan hands are a badge of honor for any believer. Sometimes God calls you to serve a table and do what seems undesirable.
Get to work today and be a blessing!
For me to live is Christ.