The essence of stewardship implies a two-party proposition. One person owns the resources and the other person is entrusted with the resources. By definition, a steward is accountable to his master for how resources are invested. So how does this apply to us today? Since God owns all things [Psa. 24:1], he is the Master; he distributes gifts and resources at his discretion. We are stewards; accountable to him for all that we do with all that we are given.3
4Robert Morgan, “Presentation: Worship and Giving – Part 1,” Liberty University Online, WRSP 835 lecture, https://download.liberty.edu/courses/nl0i8.mp4 (accessed April 13, 2017).
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