Integrity Moments - June 3, 2016

 

The Faithful Midnight Rider
By:Rick Boxx
June 3, 2016

While in Boston a couple of summers ago, Megan, Kathy, and I toured Paul Revere’s home. We discovered that he was a serial entrepreneur, and known as the person to see when you needed something done right.

Mr. Revere was quick to serve the needs of others. In addition to his silver and gold business, he built an iron foundry, and multiple-location hardware stores. He was known for building church bells, cannons, and many other specialty items.

All of this was in addition to his duties in the American Revolution and his infamous Midnight Ride! His servant’s heart and faithfulness to excellence served him well.

Proverbs 20:6 teaches, “Many claim to have unfailing love, but a faithful person who can find?”

Being faithful and excellent will bring you respect and favor.

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