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Krejcir Is developing allegiance and respect. Loyalty is remaining committed to those whom God has brought into our lives and has called us to serve, even in times of difficulty. It is developing allegiance and respect in one another, and not seeking to manipulate the other person.
Being loyal exhibits our commitment to Christ by our commitment--with discernment--to people and righteous causes at all times Proverbs Disloyalty, Betrayal, Distrusting, and Unfaithful, are the opposites. It is allowing our corrupt nature to characterize our desires, so we manipulate others rather than build them up.
This mindset will quickly turn into contempt, and will cause us to disrespect and undermine our leaders as well as one another, and lead us to impertinence and blasphemy towards God. Loyalty is like faith; it means assurance of another.
The person receiving the promise was acting on faith and trusting in that person, and that is what loyalty is mainly about. But, loyalty has another facet to it. It is also a call that we involve other characters into, such as, forgiveness, mercy, and respect.
We are to realize this with people, even when it is underserved and unearned. It is also the knowledge that people with whom we place our loyalty will disappoint us.
However, we cannot base our character and self image in their reaction, only in who Christ is. Our outlook on life and reaction to people needs to be rooted in God, not on how those people respond to us. We are not responsible for how people treat us; we are only responsible for treating them with utmost character, as a reflection of Christ.
Hence, the word Christian is being "Christ like," not "self like. So, our treatment of a person needs to be rooted in Christ, not in what they can do for us, or how they respond to us.
Yes, we need to be discerning, and not be overly taken advantage of. But, real friendship is not based on who can do what, but in mutual love and respect that is freely given and freely received. God will bring people into our lives, and we cannot--due to logistics and time--be good friends with everyone.
But, we can treat every one with whom we come in contact, with good character-- and that means with loyalty, too. We need to realize that in order to keep relationships functional, we have to be dedicated, trustworthy, dependable, and committed.
That means we do not gossip, we do not put down, we do not undermine, we do not play games; rather we model Christ and what He did for us! When we stick with our friends, we keep our friends.
Long term relationships tend to be rare, but they are vital. Do not let then be rare in your life! We are to realize that God works through people, including our church and national leaders Proverbs God uses others to carry His plan to us and those around us. It is something we demonstrate both in public and in private.
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