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Your talent is God's gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God.
Jesus told a story, The Parable of the Talents or The Parable of the Bags of Gold. There was a man who lent some bags of gold to three people who worked for him. To the first one, he gave five bags of gold, to the second one he gave two bags, and to the last one, he gave one bag. The man entrusted his wealth according to their ability. Then the man went away for a journey. While he was gone, two of the people worked hard and used their gold to earn more gold to give back to the man. But the last person who had received one bag went off. He just buried his gold because he was afraid of losing it. When the man came back, he gave rewards to those who increased the golds he lent them. But he took the golds away from the person who hadn’t tried to increase it.
Take time to read Matthew 25:14-29.
Teaches Us That Success Is A Product Of Our Work
Teaches Us That God Has Given Us All That We Need
Teaches Us That We Are All Equally Rewarded
Teaches Us Not To Work For Selfish Purposes
Teaches Us That We Will Be Held Accountable
Like the man in the parable, God has given each of us a special abilities or talents. You have to work hard to make your talents and skills grow.
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Hi, I'm Ralph Gregore Masalihit!
An RFP Graduate (Registered Financial Planner Institute - Philippines).
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