Week of February 18
Ed Young Television Weekly Devotional
Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much. Luke 16:10
Can you be trusted? I think the first response for all of us is, "Of course I can!" And there are probably plenty of times when that is true. Most of us can be trusted when we make a promise, or when there are serious consequences at stake. But that is only part of being trustworthy.
Can you be trusted in the little things? That is where the rubber meets the road. When you tell someone you will call them, do you? When you say you will meet a friend at a certain time, do you show up 15… 30… 60 minutes late?
Real trust is proven when we follow through with the little things, not just the big ones. Because the little things could be opportunities God uses to prepare you for something more.
When a friend asks you to help with something small, remember that the little things matter. Be trustworthy with them. And discover how it can lead you to being "trusted with much."
Dear God, Please help me to be more trustworthy in all areas of my life, especially the small things. Help me to see areas that you reveal to me that need improvement in my life so that I can be trusted with even more. In Jesus' name I pray, Amen.
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