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Stewards of God's Grace

February 23, 2024

As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God. 1 Peter 4:10. {AG 62.1}

The knowledge of God's grace, the truths of His Word, and temporal gifts as well--time and means, talents and influence-- are all a trust from God to be employed to His glory and the salvation of men. Nothing can be more offensive to God, who is constantly bestowing His gifts upon man, than to see him selfishly grasping these gifts and making no returns to the Giver. Jesus is today in heaven preparing mansions for those who love Him; yes, more than mansions, a kingdom which is to be ours. But all who shall inherit these blessings must be partakers of the self-denial and self-sacrifice of Christ for the good of others. {AG 62.2}

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“Integrity is congruence between what you know, what you profess, and what you do.”
— Nathaniel Branden
“A life of integrity is a life of stability.”
— Jeremy Gove

(More Integrity quotes here: Musings On Integrity)

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