Ruth’s life exhibited admirable qualities: She was hardworking, loving, kind, faithful, and brave (Ruth 2:11). These qualities gained for her a good reputation, but only because she displayed them consistently in all areas of her life. Wherever Ruth went or whatever she did, her character remain the same. Our reputation is formed by the people who watch you at work, in town, at home, nd in church. In exploring the benefits of Faithfulness, we are reminded that our Faithfulness in good qualities brings an excellent reputation to those around us. A good reputation comes by consistently living out the qualities you believe in – no matter what group of people or surroundings you are in (Psalm 125:1). A faithfulness based on trust in God develops a life not easily shaken. Psalm 125:1 says, “They that trust in the Lord shall be as mount Zion, which cannot be removed, but abideth forever.” The secret to consistency is trust in God because He never changes. God cannot be shaken by the changes in our world, and He endures forever. God’s call for us is to be faithful to His Word and to trust Him as He uses the circumstances of our lives to mold us into the image of Christ and to allow us to be a testimony to His goodness and grace. Learn to trust Him.