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What is the meaning of Stewardship?
Stewardship is managing God’s blessings God’s ways for God’s glory.
When we get to heaven and have to give an account of how we managed God’s resources (1 Corinthians 4:2), I hope God will reply to all of us, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”God commands us to be stewards over everything He blesses us with. Everything.
That means our time, talents, treasure, relationships, jobs and, yes, stuff.
It’s all God’s, and He trusts us with it.
It’s easy to take the little things for granted, isn’t it? Sometimes we get caught up in this idea that stewardship is just about the big things—like our budgets, marriages or careers. We think the best way we can serve God is to do something big. But there is so much more to living out true stewardship than all of our grand gestures and big decisions.
Our lives are made up of millions of these little gifts. And it’s the collection of all these small moments that adds up to an abundant life. What good would it be if we only celebrated God during the major milestones, with no regard for the sweet, quiet moments in between? It’s in that stillness that we have room to really see how much God loves us. He doesn’t just shower us with big gifts. He regularly gives us chances to hear, see, and experience His grace, His love, and His power in ordinary, everyday moments.
What moments and circumstances in your life can you view through the lens of stewardship, no matter how mundane or average they may seem? Every moment counts. Every person counts. Every single thing in your life—no matter how big or small—is an opportunity to remember we are blessed, loved, and called to live for Him and His glory.