Your Word for This Day: “Faithfulness Described”

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

“Let a man so consider us, as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God. Moreover it is required in stewards that one be found faithful.” 1 Corinthians 4:1-2

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One of the most important characteristics of a life that has been impacted by the Gospel of Jesus Christ is faithfulness.

This is so because there is no other God as faithful as Jesus Christ.  He was faithful even to death.  He allowed nothing and no one to hinder Him from being the Saviour of mankind.  He took everything that was thrown at Him and continued His journey to Calvary.  That is faithfulness.

As His followers, we must exhibit that same steadfast commitment to God and His Kingdom.  We must be like our Father.  When it comes to faithfulness others must know and see our Father’s characteristic manifested in us.

F – Fully committed

A – Available

I – Involved

T – Trustworthy

H – Humble

F – Focused

U – Understanding

L – Loyal

Jesus’ faithfulness to us is described by the acronym above.  Can it describe our faithfulness to Him?

Today is a good day to assess ourselves and discover which one of the above we need to work on.  Remember, the longest journey begins with the first step.

Take a step today to upgrade your level of faithfulness to God and the Kingdom of God and you will be amazed at the results.  Your life will be so much richer and fuller.  You success level will escalate and your entire well being will benefit.  Why?  Because of the Law of the Harvest: what you sow through your faithfulness you will reap.

Begin to sow today.

To your improved faithfulness!!!!

Diann J. Wilson 

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