Some Christian never
made the headlines as a great theologian or
a silver-tongued orator. He (or she) is a
faithful, consecrated, born-again layman.
The foot soldier in the Gospel army. He (or
she) is a Sunday School teacher, an usher,
a singer, a bus worker, a nursery helper,
a parking lot attendant, or a prayer warrior.
His (or her) service is unheralded but vital
in the cause of Christ. His (or her) testimony
adorns the Gospel as he (or she) faithfully
witnesses daily "in the temple, and in
every house," sacrificing time, talent,
and tithe to the Lord.
Having served the Lord in
the home, the church, and the world, this Christian
will one day hear the Master say, "Well done,
thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been
faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler
over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord."