GIVE AN ACCOUNT OF YOUR STEWARDSHIP
1st Corinthians 4:1. Christian stewardship at its essence is being faithful stewards of the gospel of Jesus Christ. As Christians, God has given us the gospel of Jesus Christ. With this gift of knowledge comes responsibility to faithfully live and communicate these great truths to others.
Luke 16:2. Within Christianity the word “stewardship” can have a broad meaning pertaining to a full range of topics from financial management to the giving of tithes and offerings. The question is what is stewardship.
Luke 12:48. The Bible tells us that for those of us that are blessed, much is required. This applies to our financial blessings, our spiritual blessings, and the blessings of wisdom that God has bestowed unto us. Luke 12:48 says, “But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes.
Galatians 2:11. Christian hypocrisy is a primary cause for Christians to get justifiably angry. If Christians do not address Christian hypocrisy, this hypocrisy hurts Christians, the hypocrite, and prevents the true Gospel of Jesus Christ reaching non-Christians. Christian anger is how best to address Christian hypocrisy.
Bible Summary. Not accepting personal responsibility for your sin, separates you from God. Accepting personal responsibility for our actions is a big thing to God. Once you know that you have sinned and are willing to accept personal responsibility for your sin, you need to follow through on your responsibility.
Summary. For most of us, it is easy to get caught up in the nature vs nurture debate. In this age-old debate, each side takes up a position of why a person acts in a certain manner. The two sides of the question are: is it our environment that is the cause of a certain behavior or were we just born this way?
Joshua 7:13. Once you know that you have sinned and are willing to accept personal responsibility for your sin, you need to follow through on your responsibility. Jesus, our Lord and Savior, gives us the means to turn away from sin and set aside ourselves for God. Accepting personal responsibility for our sins means that we repent and sanctify ourselves before God.