In John 6:28 the disciples ask Jesus what they must do to work the works of God. Jesus answers in verse 29 by saying that the work (singular) of God was to believe on (Gr. “into”) Him whom He has sent (i.e. Jesus). I used to think that doing my Christian disciplines was doing the work of God. I have since come to realize that my work is to behold His work. This is what it means to be a doer of the Word. For example: I do not study my bible to please God, but to show myself that I have been approved in Christ (see 2 Timothy 2:15 KJV / Eph. 1:6). You see: “law requires your work; Grace requires faith: a faith that rests in the merits of another.” Glory to Jesus!