Faithfulness entails the wise stewardship of the Word of God. It implies both diligence in work ethic and skill in opening up the truth whenever opportunity allows. This is what it means to be a faithful steward and applied to every Christian, past present and future.
The wonder of the biblical depiction of Christian faithfulness is that when believers hear at last the "well done, good and faithful servant" of our Master (Matt. 25:21; 23) in whose house we have been servants, we will know—in ways we only glimpse and often overlook here—that all our faithfulness on earth was but the product of God's faithfulness to us and the fruition of God's faithfulness to Himself.
"He who calls you is faithful; he will surely do it " (1 Thessalonians 5:24).
Lord, I come to you with a humble heart. I come to you in awe of Your Word. For He who calls us is faithful. You will surely do it. And one day on the other side of Canaan I will hear at last the words I long to hear from the voice of the Master himself "well done, good and faithful servant". What a glorious day that will be to enter into the joy of the Lord. But until then, may you find your servant diligently serving my LORD and my God Savior of my soul. It is in Jesus precious name I pray. Amen.