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God wants honest stewards

Saturday September 16, 2023

Theme: “God wants honest stewards Text: 1 Peter 4:10

10. As good dispensers of the various graces of God, let each of you place the gift he has received at the service of others,

Let's remember:

Like father, like son. It is God who is the principal dispenser of graces. It is He who is the provider. He distributes them according to the will of his love and his sovereignty. He does it according to his plan and according to the needs of the expansion of his kingdom but also according to the expectations of men. In this spirit, God accompanies the men who receive these graces so that they do not damage them but take care of them. Then they must relay them to others who lack them and who are in need. An honest steward must use everything he receives for the benefit of others; knowing that he deserved nothing because everything is grace. He redistributes his graces as he receives them. This is how he will pile grace on grace, blessing on blessing because God will always add provision to those who make good use of it. Therefore, let us be good dispensers of the various graces of God. May each of us put the gift he has received at the service of others, without fear of losing it. By doing so, we will lose nothing; on the contrary, God will be grateful to us. For example, we can show hospitality to one another without grumbling. Let us have charity towards one another. Let us proclaim the Word of God to those who are lost and who lack a giver who can support them. Let us then be dispensers, distributors of various graces of God. This is how we will be called honest stewards because we would have provided for the needs of others. Excellent Saturday. Amen Alain Louz.-

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