5148. The work of the baker. That this signifies according to every use of the sensuous, is evident from the signification of "work," as being according to every use (of which hereafter); and from the signification of a "baker," as being the sensuous subject to the will part (see n. 5078, 5082). The reason why "work" denotes use is that it is predicated of the will part, or of the sensuous subject to the will part; and whatever is done by means of this, and can be called "work," must be use. All the works of charity are nothing else, for works of charity are works from the will that are uses.