The independent journeys of a business owner or a faithful Christian are challenging enough, but combining the two is downright overwhelming and not for the faint of heart.
One of the more popular and overly used quotes of late is “With great power comes great responsibility.” Interestingly enough, this modern proverb can be recognized from more than 2,000 years ago in the New Testament in Luke 12:48, 1 Peter 4:10, and is deeply exemplified in Mathew 25:14-30, “Parable of the Talents.” In this parable, the two men acting as stewards by multiplying the gifts given to them were well-favored and rewarded. Unfortunately, the “wicked” servant who chose to bury his gifts in the sand out of fear was not only chastised, but also had his gifts given to the one who did the most with what he had been given before.
As a Christian who has been given the gift of your business, it is your duty and responsibility to yield your power to the best of your ability and in the best representation of our Lord Jesus Christ. While this may sound like an intimidating and overwhelming mission, it was never said you had to do it alone.
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“It is not enough to say that you are a steward of His gifts. It is about having your actions and decisions represent that you are a steward of His gifts. It is not enough to say that your business is “God’s Business” if you are not willing to represent that in every interaction, transaction, and choice.”- God's Business, Pg. 26
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