Providence is about the fact, as it applies to stewardship, we have the comfort that Christ is in charge. All we are and have is for His glory and we are His steward. At the same time, we have free choice, and also determination. This is where we can excel or get ourselves into... Continue Reading →
Precepts of Stewardship from Colossians 1:24-29 Paul’s Labor for the Church 24 Now I rejoice in what I am suffering for you, and I fill up in my flesh what is still lacking in regard to Christ’s afflictions, for the sake of his body, which is the church. 25 I have become its servant by... Continue Reading →
What does the “Parable of the Talents” teach us about Stewardship?
Do not misjudge yourself; rather, seek Him and let your confidence be in whom you are in Him, not in how others respond to you! Allow yourself to be used! It is each Believer’s responsibility to find, develop, and exercise the talents and gifts given to him or her (1 Peter 4:10; 1 Corinthians 12:7,11).... Continue Reading →
Key Word and Inductive Analyses of the Parable of the Talents
Like a man traveling. The theme is investing. We are given the resources and opportunities; when we put them back into the Kingdom, it is a guaranteed dividend and investment growth in what is far more precious and valuable than an earthly stock market! His own servants. This was the picture of a very... Continue Reading →
The “Parable of the Talents” and Stewardship
Looking at Biblical historical considerations and Inductive and Deductive examination of Matthew 25: 14- 30 This discussion section centers on an inductive analyses of the passage and a deductive analyses of key words and precepts in their historical and contextual context. This parable is also about the importance of being prudent and being prepared, as... Continue Reading →