Parable of the Talents: Let’s Sort Out the Servant

Then he who had received the one talent came and said, ‘Lord, I knew you to be a hard man, reaping where you have not sown, and gathering where you have not scattered seed. And I was afraid, and went and hid your talent in the ground. Look, there you have what is yours,’” (Matthew 25:24-25, NKJV).

We need to understand this servant’s issue. I mean, what stung him in the unmentionable that made him not to have the perception the other two servants have of their master? Or he had but lost it?

The lost son thought of … Read the rest

Must He Always Cry Himself to Sleep?

He dares not rise with the sun

Nor dream of retiring when it takes its rest.

From him the cock takes it cue for its first

Crow of the day, and the crickets are long

Weary of singing before his bed again feels his weight.

Ever moving, more for the demand than for the desire,

Though not alone on the road ending only when one’s number is called.

Purpose is lost and direction murdered by the maddening rush

Yet for all the hypertensions, El Dorado is still missing.

Who ever wonders what he’s after or knows to shout ‘Eureka’ when … Read the rest

A Vital Ingredient for a Successful Relationship

Something vital is simply abundantly important. It’s just something you can’t do without. When such is missing, it’s either others functionings are impossible or one becomes a sitting duck – of course, whichever of the states would be just fine with the enemy but it’s not what God wants.

However, God does always makes sure that the instructions we need for us to be safe and success are always as previous as He is. Or of what use would a sign placed after the danger zone be to us?

Agreement.

That’s the ingredient I’m pointing at here. Tag it … Read the rest