Reformed Theology Does God recognize our best efforts?  Calvinism

Does God recognize our best efforts?

Reformed Theology Does God recognize our best efforts?  Calvinism
Does God recognize our best efforts?

I'm not speaking in terms of obtaining salvation. That is a free gift given out of Gods own will.

But I'm talking about our best efforts in life. If you have a job somewhere, and you aren't good at it, you make other workers hate you, but you genuinely give everything your best shot, and make active effort to do better each day, does God recognize that?

I know we shouldn't just use Christ as some cosmic teddy bear when things get tough. But is there comfort to be found when we've genuinely given something all the effort we can, but always end up at square one?

I know this isn't a strictly reformed question but I'm just looking for a bit of Christian advice.

I’m not speaking in terms of obtaining salvation. That is a free gift given out of Gods own will.But I’m talking about our best efforts in life. If you have a job somewhere, and you aren’t good at it, you make other workers hate you, but you genuinely give everything your best shot, and make active effort to do better each day, does God recognize that?I know we shouldn’t just use Christ as some cosmic teddy bear when things get tough. But is there comfort to be found when we’ve genuinely given something all the effort we can, but always end up at square one?I know this isn’t a strictly reformed question but I’m just looking for a bit of Christian advice.
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