Dear brothers and sisters,
When you wash dishes and leave some of them unclean, you’re not trustworthy in cleaning dishes.
When you write an email without period, or comma, or using many abbreviations, or writing in teen texting style…, you’re not trustworthy in writing emails.
When you’re late for a meeting, instead of coming 5-10 minutes early, you’re not trustworthy in timing and in teamwork.
When you don’t follow the right rules of your team, you’re not trustworthy in discipline and in teamwork.
When you do something that may affect your team, and your team don’t know about that, you’re not trustworthy in teamwork.
When you lie, or tell half-truths, even about small and harmless things, you’re not trustworthy in your relationships.
What do these mean?
“If you are faithful in little things, you will be faithful in large ones. But if you are dishonest in little things, you won’t be honest with greater responsibilities (Luke 16:10, NLV)”.
Be trustworthy with very little.
Have a nice day.
Phạm Thu Hương