CoolHappyGuy on December 14th, 2008

Take note of the wisdom we have derived from this parable. If we ignore the power of this message, we may lose it all — and more! The Master does not suffer fools. If we do not use what is entrusted to us for His glory, we are guaranteed failure and, worse, His wrath. On the other hand, if we develop a relationship with Him, learn from Him, and faithfully utilize what he has entrusted to us; we will automatically succeed.

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CoolHappyGuy on December 9th, 2008

Furthermore, this passage shows that there is a definite priority of investments as far as the Master was concerned. While keeping money in an interest-bearing account is better than nothing, it pales compared to investing (i.e. sowing & gathering[reaping]). In the case of the other two servants, the Master enjoyed multiplied returns (versus His “own -singular- with interest”).

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CoolHappyGuy on December 1st, 2008

If we are to be successful in Kingdom finances specifically and life in general, we can not let our fear stand in our way. Fear is the opposite of faith. Fear can nullify the faith we have. Without Faith it is impossible to please God. He has given us Kingdom citizenship to richly bless us.

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