STEWARDSHIP - Motives of the Heart - MALAYALAM

STEWARDSHIP - Motives of the Heart - MALAYALAM / Malayalam

As Christians, we need to recognise our sinful condition before we see a need for change. That change only can come thoroughly through Christ working in us. And one expression of His work in us is in the area of ‘Stewardship’. Although stewardship encompasses many different aspects of the Christian’s life, we can broadly define it, as managing tangible and intangible possessions for the glory of God. Stewardship is a powerful tool against the dangers of materialism (the love of owning things), or worldliness in general—one of the great spiritual snares the enemy of souls sets before us. The ways of the world—“the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life” (1 John 2:16)—can all be tempered, even avoided, through the principles of stewardship lived out in our lives.

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February 25, 2018

Our God is a giving God; this great truth is seen most powerfully in the sacrifice of Jesus. God gives and gives; it’s His character. Thus, we who seek to reflect that character need to give, as well. One way to give back what we have been given is through offerings. Our offerings present an opportunity to express gratitude and love. Giving generously whether from means, time, or talent is a powerful way of living our faith and revealing the character of the God whom we serve.

February 18, 2018

Tithing is an important expression of faith. It is one way to reveal, or test, the reality of our profession. The impact, use, importance, and methods of distribution in tithing are designed for our spiritual growth in supporting God’s work (When rightly understood, it serves as a spiritual measurement of our relationship with God.) and providing the financial foundation for preaching the gospel.

February 11, 2018

What is an honest heart, and how is it revealed? Contemporary culture often views honesty as some vague, relativistic ethic; most people are dishonest occasionally but consider it acceptable as long as the infringement is not too great. Honesty is a learned moral virtue and is at the core of a steward’s moral character. When we practice honesty, good things come of it. It is a valuable personality trait, especially under difficult situations when the temptation might easily be toward dishonesty.


Jose Prakash
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