Let us declare before ourselves, “We are created in the image and likeness of God. As God is the God of faithfulness, we also must possess faithfulness.”
Faithfulness is one of the fruits of the Spirit of God that we must possess and cultivate especially in these trying times. It comes from within as a result of His presence in our lives. Numerous accounts in the Bible, even in our daily lives, prove how faithful our God is in fulfilling His promises. Remember the accounts of Abraham, Joseph, Daniel, and all others who have proven God’s faithfulness? During the time of Abraham, God promised him that he will be a father of many nations, and true enough, different nations can be traced from his loins. Joseph’s God-given dreams were fulfilled in his life as he became a key figure for the survival of God’s people during the years of drought and famine. He himself, though has experienced hardship and sufferings, had a first-hand experience of God’s faithfulness as his honor, integrity, and relationships were redeemed. Daniel, though in a foreign land, and whose life is on the edge for refusing to bow down before an idol, was spared from the mouth of the lion through God’s faithfulness, as it was written, “All the paths of the Lord are faithfulness and truth to those who comply with His covenant and His testimonies.”
As God’s children, let us examine the different areas that we must guard and apply faithfulness:
Looking back and reflecting in our lives, we can have a recount of God’s faithfulness. A recount where we can say, “God has not forsaken us,” “God responded as we called upon His name,” “God is faithful and true,” and “Great and beyond measure is His faithfulness!” Indeed, great is Thy faithfulness, oh God! (CGLG, CRFV)
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