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Daily Service: Diligently

Updated for Volume 15 Seek the Lord and his blessings diligently dil′i·gent·ly adv. Synonyms: diligent, industrious, conscientious, assiduous, sedulousThese adjectives suggest steady attention and effort that is undertaken to accomplish something. Diligent connotes steady, meticulous attention to an ongoing job or task: “[They] have won international renown for their diligent efforts to track down software bugs” (Hiawatha Bray).Industrious implies energetic and productive application, often to a large or important endeavor: “Madison’s and Jefferson’s vision of an agrarian republic made up largely of industrious farmers who marketed their burgeoning surpluses abroad” (Drew R. McCoy).Conscientious carries with it the implication of energetic attentiveness springing from dutifulness or a sense of responsibility: “a studious, conscientious public servant authentically dedicated to improving the welfare of his fellow human beings” (Randall Bennett Woods).Assiduous and the less common sedulous emphasize untiring exertion and an earnestness of purpose: “How do Olympians acquire [talent]? Were they born with it, or did they develop it through assiduous practice?” (Steve Olson).“the sedulous pursuit of legal and moral principles” (Ernest van den Haag). Mark 5:21-34 (ESV) And when Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered about him, and he was beside the sea. Then came one… Continue Reading “Daily Service: Diligently”

Daily Service: Diligently

Updated for Volume 14 Seek the Lord and his blessings diligently dil′i·gent·ly adv. Synonyms: diligent, industrious, conscientious, assiduous, sedulousThese adjectives suggest steady attention and effort that is undertaken to accomplish something. Diligent connotes steady, meticulous attention to an ongoing job or task: “[They] have won international renown for their diligent efforts to track down software bugs” (Hiawatha Bray).Industrious implies energetic and productive application, often to a large or important endeavor: “Madison’s and Jefferson’s vision of an agrarian republic made up largely of industrious farmers who marketed their burgeoning surpluses abroad” (Drew R. McCoy).Conscientious carries with it the implication of energetic attentiveness springing from dutifulness or a sense of responsibility: “a studious, conscientious public servant authentically dedicated to improving the welfare of his fellow human beings” (Randall Bennett Woods).Assiduous and the less common sedulous emphasize untiring exertion and an earnestness of purpose: “How do Olympians acquire [talent]? Were they born with it, or did they develop it through assiduous practice?” (Steve Olson).“the sedulous pursuit of legal and moral principles” (Ernest van den Haag). Mark 5:21-34 (ESV) And when Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered about him, and he was beside the sea. Then came one… Continue Reading “Daily Service: Diligently”

Daily Service: Diligently

Updated for Volume 13 Seek the Lord and his blessings diligently dil′i·gent·ly adv. Synonyms: diligent, industrious, conscientious, assiduous, sedulousThese adjectives suggest steady attention and effort that is undertaken to accomplish something. Diligent connotes steady, meticulous attention to an ongoing job or task: “[They] have won international renown for their diligent efforts to track down software bugs” (Hiawatha Bray).Industrious implies energetic and productive application, often to a large or important endeavor: “Madison’s and Jefferson’s vision of an agrarian republic made up largely of industrious farmers who marketed their burgeoning surpluses abroad” (Drew R. McCoy).Conscientious carries with it the implication of energetic attentiveness springing from dutifulness or a sense of responsibility: “a studious, conscientious public servant authentically dedicated to improving the welfare of his fellow human beings” (Randall Bennett Woods).Assiduous and the less common sedulous emphasize untiring exertion and an earnestness of purpose: “How do Olympians acquire [talent]? Were they born with it, or did they develop it through assiduous practice?” (Steve Olson).“the sedulous pursuit of legal and moral principles” (Ernest van den Haag). Mark 5:21-34 (ESV) And when Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered about him, and he was beside the sea. Then came one… Continue Reading “Daily Service: Diligently”

Daily Service: Diligently

Updated for Volume 13 Seek the Lord and his blessings diligently dil′i·gent·ly adv. Synonyms: diligent, industrious, conscientious, assiduous, sedulousThese adjectives suggest steady attention and effort that is undertaken to accomplish something. Diligent connotes steady, meticulous attention to an ongoing job or task: “[They] have won international renown for their diligent efforts to track down software bugs” (Hiawatha Bray).Industrious implies energetic and productive application, often to a large or important endeavor: “Madison’s and Jefferson’s vision of an agrarian republic made up largely of industrious farmers who marketed their burgeoning surpluses abroad” (Drew R. McCoy).Conscientious carries with it the implication of energetic attentiveness springing from dutifulness or a sense of responsibility: “a studious, conscientious public servant authentically dedicated to improving the welfare of his fellow human beings” (Randall Bennett Woods).Assiduous and the less common sedulous emphasize untiring exertion and an earnestness of purpose: “How do Olympians acquire [talent]? Were they born with it, or did they develop it through assiduous practice?” (Steve Olson).“the sedulous pursuit of legal and moral principles” (Ernest van den Haag). Mark 5:21-34 (ESV) And when Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered about him, and he was beside the sea. Then came one… Continue Reading “Daily Service: Diligently”

Daily Service: Diligently

Updated for Volume 12 Seek the Lord and his blessings diligently dil′i·gent·ly adv. Synonyms: diligent, industrious, conscientious, assiduous, sedulousThese adjectives suggest steady attention and effort that is undertaken to accomplish something. Diligent connotes steady, meticulous attention to an ongoing job or task: “[They] have won international renown for their diligent efforts to track down software bugs” (Hiawatha Bray).Industrious implies energetic and productive application, often to a large or important endeavor: “Madison’s and Jefferson’s vision of an agrarian republic made up largely of industrious farmers who marketed their burgeoning surpluses abroad” (Drew R. McCoy).Conscientious carries with it the implication of energetic attentiveness springing from dutifulness or a sense of responsibility: “a studious, conscientious public servant authentically dedicated to improving the welfare of his fellow human beings” (Randall Bennett Woods).Assiduous and the less common sedulous emphasize untiring exertion and an earnestness of purpose: “How do Olympians acquire [talent]? Were they born with it, or did they develop it through assiduous practice?” (Steve Olson).“the sedulous pursuit of legal and moral principles” (Ernest van den Haag). Mark 5:21-34 (ESV) And when Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered about him, and he was beside the sea. Then came one… Continue Reading “Daily Service: Diligently”

Daily Service: Diligently

Updated for Volume 12 Seek the Lord and his blessings diligently dil′i·gent·ly adv. Synonyms: diligent, industrious, conscientious, assiduous, sedulousThese adjectives suggest steady attention and effort that is undertaken to accomplish something. Diligent connotes steady, meticulous attention to an ongoing job or task: “[They] have won international renown for their diligent efforts to track down software bugs” (Hiawatha Bray).Industrious implies energetic and productive application, often to a large or important endeavor: “Madison’s and Jefferson’s vision of an agrarian republic made up largely of industrious farmers who marketed their burgeoning surpluses abroad” (Drew R. McCoy).Conscientious carries with it the implication of energetic attentiveness springing from dutifulness or a sense of responsibility: “a studious, conscientious public servant authentically dedicated to improving the welfare of his fellow human beings” (Randall Bennett Woods).Assiduous and the less common sedulous emphasize untiring exertion and an earnestness of purpose: “How do Olympians acquire [talent]? Were they born with it, or did they develop it through assiduous practice?” (Steve Olson).“the sedulous pursuit of legal and moral principles” (Ernest van den Haag). Mark 5:21-34 (ESV) And when Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered about him, and he was beside the sea. Then came one… Continue Reading “Daily Service: Diligently”