Fireside Friday: This story is given in tribute to the untold millions of God’s people who rise each morning in relative obscurity, labor faithfully through the day, and return home each evening, tired and often poorly recompensed for their work on earth. They eat a simple meal, and then often give themselves to evangelism, shepherding, or the study of the Word into the evening hours. As has been observed, those who work the system to their own advantage may eat better, but God’s saints sleep better, under the smile of God. These are the servants of whom Paul writes: “as unknown” (by the world) “and yet well-known” (by Heaven). But God has His ways in getting the word out about those who, by their simple holy lives, honor Him.