Tuesday, May 29

Freemasonry And Good Stewardship


The following is something I obtained from an official Freemasonry publication, said to have been 'Published by authority of the Grand Master'. It was written by an 'author unknown' and therefore not covered by copyright.

Your whole life is made up of
Abilities, Time and Possessions,
Gifts from God.
Your Abilities include natural talents
and skills which you have learned.
Your Time is divided between
work and rest.
Your Possessions divide between
property you hold and money you earn.
How you manage your whole life,
responsibly or carelessly,
generously or selfishly
imaginatively or fearfully,
is your Stewardship.
All gifts belong to God and your are
the responsible caretaker for a little while.
To be a good steward
is to be able to offer each day,
as an act of worship,
Abilities well used,
Time well spent,
Possessions well distributed.

How the world would change if we all became good stewards.

P.S. I have no personal connection with Freemasonry.

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  1. Good stewardship would be a great place to start!

  2. My Dad was a Grand Master before he passed and I've inherited quite the library of Masonic information. I'm not sure what to do with it, and no one in the family wants it. There area lot of writings similar to your post.