Being a person of your word matters. In fact, we could argue that, regardless of ethnicity, language, financial situation or background, people value honesty.
And yet, it seems like we live in an age of verbal mistrust. So many people break promises that it doesn’t even surprise us anymore.
That’s why I led a two-part teaching series at Westminster Church called “My Word – How to be a person of your word in a world of verbal mistrust.”
In Part 1 we explored keeping your promises.
In Part 2 on November 25th, we explored the impact that being trustworthy makes. We look at a section of Psalm 119 (and some of Psalm 1) and ask how we can be steady for someone when times get tough — and it’s all connected to being a person of your word.
Your reliability can be someone else’s stability.
So, do you want to be a person of your word in a world of verbal mistrust? Do you want people to think you’re someone who can be trusted to keep confidences, promises, and steady when times get tough? If so, listen in to the 30-minute message.
It’s called “Being steady for someone when times get tough.”