Every organization or institution thrives on the premise of being led by great managers, leaders, or directors etc. These sets of individuals are saddled with the responsibility of receiving, understanding and enforcing the vision and mission of the institute.
Worthy of mention is the fact that a core trait of great leaders is faithfulness. He understands that he isn’t in business for clout but to achieve its goals. This drives his actions and inactions. Likewise, as stewards entrusted with the business of the kingdom it is expected that we are found faithful in it. Ours is a mandate to actively and continuously direct the kingdom business; soul winning.
In and out of season, whether the fruits are visible immediately or delayed, regardless of the number of people that give up, a faithful steward is true to his title: he is steadfast in allegiance or affection, true to his standard or call, and adheres firmly to the observance of his duty. This is who we have been called become.
1 Corinthians 4:1 TPT expressly states that there is only one perception the world must have of every steward of Christ – faithful. It is an abnormally for anyone to quality or describe you with anything less than faithful. The work committed to you is such that requires you to come to the end of yourself, die daily and follow Christ. We are in the business of souls, the masters business and so we must commit totally to it bearing one thing in mind – that the testimony of God and man would be well done, good and FAITHFUL STEWARD.
As we progress in this quarter with the year coming to an end, let your passion to see souls won into the kingdom be fueled by this call: the call to faithfulness. Beam your laser focus on this one goal, you are not in this business to gain the recognition of man but of God. Get to work, stay yielded, be loyal to His business bearing in mind that the only thing worth it at the end is that you are found faithful.