I think I have the idea you're getting at, but if I'm off let me know. It seems that you think I'm saying that we don't need to work, and that things will just happen. And it seems also that Ark I is seeing me as rejecting work.
Let me explain.
Mark Twain wrote a book called Tom Sawyer about a playful youngster and his aunt gave him a job to do of painting her fence, which he didn't want to do because he wanted to go and raom and play. So Tom got the paint and the brush and started to work, and when his friends saw him working he pretended that he was having fun painting. His friends saw how much fun he was apparently having and they wanted to get a turn painting the fence. In the end he got many of them to pay him for a chance to paint the fence, because he got them to view painting the fence as play instead of work. For me Mark Twain in that story taught something about work and play.
It is not the thing you are doing, but your attitude that determines if it is work or play. In the garden of eden God told Adam that he could pick any fruit and eat it. There are people in the world today who would see it as a hardship to go and pick a fruit and eat it, they would ask God to bring it to them. Then if he brought it to them, many would think it a hardship to eat the fruit and chew and swallow it. The point is that you can see anything as toil.
Me personally, right now there is a man forcing me to wake up at two in the morning to work for him in his cleaning business. I live at his place because I don't have my own home, and I am looking for a job, but in the meantime I have to work for him if I want to live there. But when I go and push the vacuum and pick up food from off the restaurant floor I don't take it as a hardship. I play with the vacuum singing along in my mind with the motor. I make designs with the vacuum as I push it on the floor. Basically I play a million games during the four hours every night that this man forces me to work for him. And meanwhile their is another guy working with me who is complaining all the time, doing the same thing as me.
Now, I am still overcoming babylon, so I still get upset sometimes by thinking foolish thoughts. So it is not always a game, but my point is that it could be...... Just like eating free food could be a hardship if you choose to look at it that way.
So Jah create the order, and clearly we do things to achieve results, that is part of the order. But this word work is trying to suggest to me that it is a hardship. And then babylon get even more rough, and they teach about a work ethic, saying that we should make up our minds to suffer this hardship, and that when we willingly accept the hardship we are good people. I grew up under this teaching.
So I am speaking words against those teachings, because I know that there is no hardship in Zion. I know that hardship is just in our minds due to babylon teachings. And work ethic teachings is even more folly on top of folly.......
Jah give life, and what he give is free. That is why the redemption is a natural thing, not a struggle. If the I's check the "just a question" reasoning session I am saying this same thing there.
Clearly you have to work to achieve results. Even opening your eyes to look at the sunset or sunrise can be considered as work if you want to look at it that way. But Jah freely give us the spirit and the mind to look and see the sun. It is not work in the sense that Babylon teach us to think. It is a free gift. And yes, we have to do something to receive it, but we are not working to receive it.
Babylon teach us about earning things. They say that when we work we earn according to our works. If you want to look at it like that, then when I open my eyes and look at the sun then it is work, and from that work I earned the sight of the sun. I hope this example should show everyone how foolish is that teaching about work, earning and so on.
Free will, and life, which Jah creates, are such that we do things, and results come from it. That's all I know. It is a mystical thing, not a flesh thing. It is not what you do that causes things to happen, but it is the spirit within you that does what you do, and that is how things happen. The scriptures say this somewhere in Zechariah, "not by might, not by power, but by Jah holy irits, does creation forward from Jah." The King James says: "Not by might, not by power, but by my spirit, says the Lord of Hosts."