STEWARDSHIP - Motives of the Heart - TAMIL

STEWARDSHIP - Motives of the Heart - TAMIL / Tamil

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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March 25, 2018

Stewardship is the act of thriving while managing God’s call to live godly lives. God gives us the skill to live differently than we would live in any other lifestyle on earth (2 Cor. 6:17), as stewards, we should live as witnesses of the God we serve, which means that we should exert a powerful influence on those around us, an influence for good.

March 18, 2018

Habits reveal purpose and direction in life. The pathway that a habit creates is the fastest way that you can take to get the reward you seek. A habit is an ingrained decision. Stewards who develop good habits are the most faithful stewards. Stewards who develop good habits are the most faithful stewards. Daniel had a habit of daily prayer (Dan. 6:10) and Paul’s custom was to be in the synagogue. (Acts 17:1, 2).

March 11, 2018

In most cases, people don’t lend money out of the goodness of their hearts, they lend money because they want to earn more money in return. We should do all that we can to avoid debt. Of course, in certain circumstances—such as buying a house or a car, or getting an education—we need to borrow money. But it must be done as wisely as possible, with the intent of getting out of the debt as soon as possible. Yet, we must be careful. Spending money we don’t have is the gateway for God’s people to make covetousness and love of earthly treasures the ruling traits of their character. As long as these traits rule, salvation and grace stand back.


Immanuel Christopher
Immanuel Christopher


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