Loyalty

 

LOYALTY

Love

Obey

Yield right of way

Attend to needs and wants

Listen and learn

Take load off shoulders

Yearn to please

He that is faithful in that which is small

Can be trusted with that which is great;

The Lord often tests us with trifles, you see,

To check our ‘fidelity rate.’ — H.G. Bosch

Loyalty means nothing unless it has at its heart the absolute principle of self-sacrifice. No man has ever risen to the real stature of spiritual manhood until he has found it is finer to serve somebody esle that it is to serve himself. — Woodrow Wilson

Blessed are the faithful strong. They are the right hands of God. — John Oxenham

He who is slowest in making a promise is most faithful in its performance. — Jean Jacques Rousseau

Some people have “malaria Christianity”– that is, a fever and then a chill.

When faithfulness is most difficult, it is most necessary. — Ray Cross

It is never safe to trust God’s business to the man who neglects his own.

Be faithful unto death. — Revelation 2:10

 

A faithful employee is as refreshing as a cool day in the hot summertime. (Proverbs 25:13 LB)

There’s one ingredient that mountain-moving faith, miracle-generating faith, earth-shaking faith, problem-solving faith and situation-changing faith must have, and that ingredient is holding power. — Robert Schuller

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. — Knute Rockne

Great faith is faith that will not let go of the dream.

A true friend is always loyal. (Proverbs 17:17 LB)