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God is not unrighteous so as to forget your work.—Heb. 6:10.

Jehovah remembers the loving labors of all who faithfully serve him, whether their circumstances in life permit them to do much or little. In the first century, Jesus launched a work that was to reach global proportions. (Luke 3:21-23; 4:14, 15, 43) His apostles took the lead in the expansion of this preaching work. (Acts 5:42; 6:7) Some Christians, such as Philip, served as evangelizers and missionaries in Palestine. (Acts 8:5, 40; 21:8) Paul and others traveled farther afield. (Acts 13:2-4; 14:26; 2 Cor. 1:19) Some—for example, Silvanus (Silas), Mark, and Luke—also served as copyists or writers. (1 Pet. 5:12) Christian sisters worked along with these faithful brothers. (Acts 18:26; Rom. 16:1, 2) Their exciting experiences help to make the Christian Greek Scriptures a thrill to read and demonstrate that Jehovah remembers his servants favorably. w14 9/15 5:1-3

 

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God is not unrighteous so as to forget your work.—Heb. 6:10. Jehovah remembers the loving labors of all who faithfully serve him, whether their circumstances in life permit them to do much or lit

This helps me to appreciate and reflect on what I CAN do............as one of Jehovah's servants. :0)

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