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  • Writer's pictureBishop Mesrop Parsamyan

The Power of Faithfulness

"The faithful will abound with blessings, but the evildoer will not go unpunished” (Proverbs 28:20).

The virtue of faithfulness is at the heart of receiving God’s blessings. When we are faithful, reliable, sincere, and loyal, we align ourselves with God's heart. God values faithfulness because it reflects His nature, His constancy, and His unwavering commitment to us. He is always faithful, and He desires the same from us.

In our relationships, whether they be with God, family, friendship, church community, or our neighbor, if we show disloyalty or unfaithfulness, we deprive ourselves of abundant divine blessings.

Now, let's consider what happens when we embody faithfulness. First, God promises to bless us abundantly. This isn't just about material blessings, although those can certainly be part of it. This is about receiving peace that surpasses understanding, joy that overflows, and love that endures through trials and tribulations.

When you are faithful, you become a channel of blessing to others. Your life begins to reflect the light of Christ, and that light touches everyone around you. Your family feels safer, your friends feel valued, and even strangers can sense the presence of God in your actions.

But there's another side to this. The scripture also warns us, "the evildoer will not go unpunished." This is a reminder that unfaithfulness has its consequences. When we choose to be disloyal, insincere, or unreliable, we not only hurt others; we also distance ourselves from God's blessings. We create chaos in our lives and miss out on the divine peace and joy that faithfulness brings.

So, how do we cultivate this beautiful trait of faithfulness? It starts with small steps. Be true to your word. If you commit to something, follow through. Show up when you say you will. Listen deeply to those around you and be present in every moment. These are the seeds of faithfulness that grow into a tree of blessings.

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