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Powered by 4 - Nov. 30, 2012

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Focused Progress

today's reading.
Matthew 25:14-30    "For it will be like a man going on a journey, who called his servants and entrusted to them his property...

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There are two things that stood out for me from the parable of the three servants and talents in Matthew 25:14-30. (I won't rehash the story here since we just read it.) First is that the master divided up the talents or bags of gold or silver based upon each servant's ability. And second is that the master expected the servants to use what had been given to them to make or do even more. As I considered these two points, it dawned on me how important it is for me to stay focused on whatever task God has set before me and that I need to give my full effort to it. It's not too difficult to get pulled off course when I start looking at and comparing myself to someone else and their skills, ability and progress.

So what skills and abilities has God gifted you with? And how are you using your unique talents to invest in and grow the kingdom of God? Tami W

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