By Carter Conlon

June 12, 2011

June 12, 2011 – Loyalty by definition means to be faithful to one’s sovereign. To be faithful to one’s oath concerning the commitments we make or obligations we have. To be faithful to any leader or cause. To be faithful to a friend. The question we need to ask ourselves is: am I a loyal person? Can my words be trusted and can I be depended on even if my commitments are not comfortable for me to keep. What about in your place of employment or at home with family? Loyal people inspire faith and loyalty in other people. Loyal people are able to accept where God has placed them in the body and are loyal to those whom God has placed over them. God is challenging us to a higher plane, something deeper and more passionate than any of us can muster up in our natural strength. When you choose the path of loyalty there is a power stronger than yourself that is available to you. We have the power of Christ in us to be lived out through us.

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