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During the Roman Empire, a steward was a servant who was entrusted to care for the possessions of their master.  This slave was often tasked with a minor task and slowly entrusted with more, according to their ability.  Faithfulness, diligence, efficiency, and attitude, amongst other attributes, were all considered before the increased responsibility was given.  Furthermore, after the servant had been exposed to various areas of household duties and business management then they might be entrusted with overseeing the entire operation of a home or business.  Oftentimes these most faithful stewards were also adopted and recipients of the lord's family name. This entitled the steward to be a legal beneficiary, though not necessarily sole heir, of their master's possessions.  Nonetheless, the faithful steward would now be entrusted with the continued care of the family's wellbeing after their master had died.  It was important to be a diligent servant.  It was also necessary to be a good, faithful, and smart steward.  

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