This sermon is based on the parable of the talents in Matthew 25.
Christian/Church Of Christ
God has called us to be faithful stewards which includes using our spiritual gifts to serve the church.
Failure is a habit, the parable of the talents can teach us some lessons about failure
You have been entrusted with necessary and effective gifts. You are a gift from God to the church! What you feel about this is not so important as to what you do about it.
What happens when we don’t put God’s "talents" to good use.
This lesson is intended to encourage teenagers to realize their God given talents and encourage them to use those talents to God’s glory.
The parable of the talents.
A sermon for the 26th Sunday after Pentecost Proper 28
The parable of the Talents
(Parable of the Talents) Our God has already given us everything we need for life and godliness. We need to recognize that, and do something about it!
The third servant simply buried the talent and did nothing. This unprofitable servant lost everything by doing nothing! It is to this third man that I am directing this message. His thinking needed to be changed. He was wrong about seven things:
Salvation, Servant, Unprofitable, Parable Talents
Comme précédant cette parabole a eu une leçon immédiate pour ceux qui l’ont entendue pour la première fois, et des séries entières de leçons permanentes pour nous aujourd’hui. On le connaît toujours comme parabole des talents ;dans notre traduction nous a
An examination of a parable that Jesus told of the talents. So often we do not use what God has given us for his glory. We must put to use our gifts
Matthew 25:14-30, Matthew 25:15-30
The Parable of the Talents provides a condensed description of what life is all about. God has entrusted each of us with resources and opportunity. He grants freedom to choose how we will invest our time, money, etc... But we must live life understanding
1 Corinthians 4:7, Matthew 25:14-30
The Parable of the Talents calls for faithful services until the end when Jesus returns.
What God puts into us with His Spirit, must be in turn invested back into the Kingdom.
This sermon deals with a difficult parable of Jesus and challenges us to do well with what God has given us.
Stewardship, Faithfulness, Giving Yourself, Parable Talents
A sermon about using the gifts of God for God’s Kingdom.
Gifts General, Parable Talents
What is God’s Economy plan for our lives
Stewardship, Parable Talents
Church Of God
Sixth in this series. The Parable of the Talents show that what I have with what I have been given reveals what I really think about God.
Every believer is called to serve with the gifts they have been given
Servanthood, Spiritual Gifts, Parable Talents, Call To Service
We should know the importance of trusting God and being faithful to Him in all situations. We should not be afaid when we are given opporutnities to serve Him.
Believe, Trust, Faithfulness, Doing, Parable Talents
Stewardship based on the parable of the talents
Stewardship, Parables, Parable Talents
Jesus has offered us great rewards in His kingdom
God’s desire for the Christian is for us to do our best with what we have been given.
Every good thing in our lives is a gift from God. We are all accountable for management of the resources God gave us: We either pass or fail.
Being faithful and taking risks with what God has given us to steward in the service of His Kingdom
What exactly was Jesus saying?
God has invested talent in each and everyone one of us. God looks our abilities and sees not just who we are, but who we can become and what we can accomplish for His glory.
The Parable of the Talents gives us five amazing principles about being a steward.
We can fail in life if we follow the example of the one-talent man in Matthew 25