FRIDAY MAY 25TH, 2018.
To the extent that each one has received a gift, use it in ministering to one another.—1 Peter 4:10.
In his undeserved kindness, Jehovah has given each of us certain gifts, assets, abilities, or talents. We can use them to glorify him and to benefit others. (Romans 12:4-8) Jehovah has entrusted us with a stewardship that comes with honor, trust, and responsibility. Our place in God’s arrangement is not fixed, however. It can change over time. Consider Jesus’ example. Initially, he was alone with Jehovah. (Proverbs 8:22) Then he helped make other spirit creatures, the material universe, and finally, humans. (Colossians 1:16) Still later, Jesus took on a new role on earth, first as a helpless baby and then as an adult. (Philippians 2:7) After his sacrificial death, Jesus returned to heavenly spirit life to become the King of God’s Kingdom in 1914. (Hebrews 2:9) And after his Thousand Year Reign, Jesus will hand over his Kingdom to Jehovah so that “God may be all things to everyone.”
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