Usually, when we hear the word “faithfulness,” we immediately think of God's faithfulness. And it is not wrong! But today I want to extend the area of the value of being faithful. I will focus on one verse from 2 Kings 12:15: "They did not require an accounting from those to whom they gave the money to pay the workers, because they acted with complete honesty." In order to better understand the context of the verse, it is good to read the whole chapter 12.

The idea is that King Joash decided to renovate the temple and asked the priests to collect the necessary silver. When the silver is collected, it is entrusted to the persons responsible for paying salaries. But these people worked so sincerely and proved themselves so responsible that they no longer required an accounting. They were proof of trustworthy and sincere people.
Now imagine these people in our society. No, do not imagine "other" people. Imagine that I and you are such people. And in fact, let's not imagine, but be such people.
Faithfulness seen from the perspective of everyday things we each do, in fact, means our faithfulness to God.

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This way of faithfulness we want in our community, and each row below is related to the daily faithfulness of those who seek God and make Him known.

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