30th May 2023

Every talent is necessary - Jacques Vernaud

BGospel Newsletter

"The one who had only received one talent approached next, and he said: Lord, I knew that you are a hard man, who reap where you have not sown, and who amass where you have not. valve; I was afraid, and I went to hide your talent in the earth; behold, take what is yours. His master answered him: Wicked and lazy servant, you knew that I reap where I did not sow, and which I amass where I have not winnowed; So you had to hand over my money to the bankers, and on my return I would have withdrawn what is mine with interest. Take therefore the talent from him, and give it to him who has the ten talents. For whoever has will be given, and he will have plenty, but from him who has not, even what he has will be taken away. And the useless servant, throw him into the darkness outside, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth ”. (Mat 25: 24-30)

Une seule personne peut faire la différence, un seul vote peut renverser la situation. Rejetons nos complexes et agissons, pas de paresseux, chaque talent est précieux. Cet homme minimise son don. – Remarquons comme Jesus met de la valeur dans les choses qui nous semblent moindres ou négligeables.

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Matthew 10: 42
42 And whosoever shall give only one of these little ones a glass of cold water because he is my disciple, verily I say unto you, he will not lose his reward.

Jesus a toujours vu les actes qu’on dit insignifiants, peu importants l’échelle de l’appréciation humaine. Ces actes les plus humbles, auront leur récompense. Il a dit Lui-même que de nourrir les affamés, visiter les prisonniers, soigner les malades, secourir les malheureux, avait une signification éternel: “ J’ai eu faim… soif… nu… étranger… en prison… toutes les fois que vous l’avez fait à l’un de ces petits, c’est à moi que vous l’avez fait ”.

Ce n’est pas à l’homme de déclarer que lorsqu’une oeuvre est faite, qu’elle est “ grande, valable, profitable, ” ou “ insignifiante, sans valeur… ”. Peut-être que cette petite action, ce petit talent, donné, mis en action à un moment de besoin, mais passé inaperçu des hommes, répandra son parfum jusqu’à la fin des temps. Cette petite veuve qui met sa petite pièce (son nécessaire) dans le tronc, personne ne savait qu’elle serait donnée comme exemple à travers les siècles. L’acte de charité de Simon, qui porta la croix de Jesus a été bien plus significatif et édifiant dans l’exemple et l’amour et l’oubli de soit que l’orgueil d’Herode ou la sagesse de Gamaliel.

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With one talent put into action, small in the eyes of men, but necessary and determining in the eyes of God, much can be accomplished for the Kingdom of Heaven. We have to accept the risk and the adventure. Nothing is won without risk. The talent can be multiplied, like the seed, very small which gives 50, 100 or 1000 more.

Exercise your musical talents and they will increase, your various abilities must be exercised to always be improved. It is so in sport. Neglect and everything will disappear. The athlete must work hard to be more efficient, the one who works will win.

If talent is not put to work and risked, but neglected, it disappears. Hiding it is not going to save it, it will corrupt it, degrade it, it will degenerate.

source: teachemoi
author: Jacques Vernaud

Jubau is the founder and CEO of BGospel magazine.


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