Daily D – Luke 16:10

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Luke 16:10   “Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much.” (NIV)

How far can you be trusted? The bigger your limits, the better your life. 

The bigger your limits, the better the lives of those you relate to day by day. 

The capacity for limitless living begins and ends with trustworthiness. 

How will you increase your trust circle today? Who will learn how reliable you are? Who will find you faithful?

I will live a trustworthy life in all things.

Our Father, increase my capacity for others to trust me. Build faithfulness into my life. Make me dependable. Shape me to live the kind of life where I need no external rules or laws to keep me in line. Empower me to live the kind of life where people can trust my heart, my word, and my handshake in all things at all times. Amen. 


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