Moreover, it is required of stewards that they be found faithful (1 Corinthians 4:2)
Also Read: Luke 12:41-48; Galatian 5:22-23
To be consistent in your assignment/task regardless of what everyone else is doing or prevailing circumstances is not easy. Yet faithfulness is what is demanded of everyone who is a Christian, faithfulness as a steward of God’s gifts and grace. To be faithful means to do what is right even when no one is watching, even when it costs you, even if there does not seem to a reward in sight. We are called to remain faithful.
Yet prone to wander, prone to leave the God we love, prone to be unfaithful is what we are. It is a daily struggle with the flesh to obey God by remaining faithful. If you think remaining faithful as an adult is hard, think about your children. They struggle as well, sometimes much more. That is why we must pray for them and model faithfulness to them. In our relationship with God and man we must remain faithful thus provide a living example to our children that it is possible.
Question of the Day: How are you teaching your children to be a faithful steward?
Father, faithfulness is a fruit of the Spirit. We pray that you would fill us and our children with the Holy Spirit and that the Spirit would bear the fruit of faithfulness in our lives. All this for the glory of your Name. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen