Luke 16:10 Trustworthy In Little Things

This is very challenging to all of us. I agree. We have to be honest starting with small things.

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“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.” Luke 16:10

Jesus gave a parable about a shrewd manager who was dishonest. After his boss found out he was fired. Jesus finished the parable with saying that if a person is not trustworthy with little, he cannot be trusted with a lot.

The majority of people will say that they are honest and trustworthy….most of the time, to all of the time. The same people will also say that they never steal or rarely to never tell a lie. They will also expect everyone else to be honest and trustworthy with them at all times.

When examined closely, there are few people who are always trustworthy in every thing. Often little things are overlooked. They are seen as problems that are so common…

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3 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Yes it’s just a thought….don’t you think it is also how we see it that makes it trusting or not trusting? The whole perspective and not a part in view? A bird’s view….since there are so many complexities being introduced into each day? What we do depends on what we think at that point, I guess is right. Of course, sticking to rationality and general ethics when making decisions with all good things like generosity, compassion, no animosity, letting things be easy matter and of course, downright our intention


  2. I guess thus, even today the law of self defence still exists….you can kill and plunder in the name of self defence and you could also be truly defending…depends on who judges it and with what eyes and mind I feel….I know it’s a thought process and so much might seem irrational…but this topic becomes huge in the mind..


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