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serve

To deliver a legal document to a person named in it. This is done formally to comply with due process of law.
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In the private sector, the EP specialist may work for the CEO but report to corporate security, thereby serving two masters.
To serve the People of God it is necessary to belong exclusively to God and be free from any tie that might compromise not only consecration to God, but also exclusive service of God in favour of His people and which might involve the danger of serving two masters.
He is, he has said, caught between serving two masters.