Pressures on the job, with our families, our health, our finances, et al., these are merely part in parcel of the Christian life here in the devil's world – but there can be growth, progress, victory and mutual love and support from the Body of Christ for all who respond to the Lord Jesus Christ in faith. And He is faithful.
A Christian who has committed himself or herself to following God's plan the right way is like the man in Jesus' parable of the tower: there is little sense laying a foundation without ever getting around to building the structure without which the foundation is pointless. We are here for a purpose: to grow spiritually by learning the truth and believing it; to progress spiritually by applying that truth-believed in our hearts to the situations, trials and tests of our day to day lives; and to help others do likewise through the exercise of the spiritual gifts we have been given in the ministries our Lord severally assigns. And in the process of building this "tower" for Jesus Christ, every single brick is important. We may not know at the time when we learn and believe some seemingly small particle of truth from the Word just how it will contribute later on to the entire of edifice of maturity we are erecting in our hearts, but we should understand and accept that it most certainly is and will be important – or God would not have included it in His Bible. Just as in building a tower we can probably leave out a brick here or a brick there, omit a reinforcing beam or skimp on the mortar occasionally with no appreciable loss of structural integrity, as workmen who seek "not to be ashamed" (2Tim.2:15), we ought instead to be devoted to the absolutely highest possible standard of spiritual construction. And we ought also to be aware that if enough bricks et al. are left to go missing, the structure might just collapse under the stress of unexpected events.