WHAT IS FAITHFULNESS? — a poem by Bill Kochman

A poem by Bill Kochman. Visit my poetry page at https://www.billkochman.com/Poetry/ to see all my poetry, along with related Bible study resources, all in one place, and organized by poem category. Thanks!

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This poem is based on the meaning of the original Greek word — “pistos” — which is translated as “faithful” in the King James version of the Holy Bible.

“Moreover it is required in stewards, that a man be found faithful.”
1 Corinthians 4:2, KJV

“Faithful in the Least” KJV Bible Verse List:


Article: “Study, Work, and Don’t Be Ashamed!”:


“Strive for Your Crown of Life” KJV Bible Verse List:


“Be Not Slothful in Business” KJV Bible Verse List:


Article: “Sluggards and Sloths”:


Article: “Parable of the Sower: Salvation and Service”:


Article: “Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God”:


Article: “Are You a Burning Ember for the Lord?”:

Article: “Are You a Burning Ember for the Lord?”

About Bill Kochman

Bill Kochman is a Christian writer, poet, graphic artist, online evangelist and founder and webmaster of the Bill's Bible Basics website and blog, as well as the founder and administrator of the Christian Social Network. His interests include tropical fish, Macintosh computers, web design, writing poetry, God's natural creation and his cats, Obsidian, Mischief and their progeny, such as Polo and Eljio.
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