Each one of us has talent that we must use to glorify God and the universe.
When you refused to work on your talent it is like you have rejected to be successful.
That gift God has given to you is not just for you alone but to help inspire and maybe elevate someone out there.
In Matthew 25:14-30. There was a man who was to travel. Before he left, he called 3 of his servants and gave them each different talents. Two did well with theirs by multiplying their talent. But there was one who thought that it was better to keep the one talent he received. He buried it in the ground until the master returned.
When the master eventually came back and required to know what they did with their talent, two came, with a positive report, and the other came, with the exact way he received his talent. He did not do anything with it. In life, most people are like that man who bury their talent and do nothing with it. They abandon what God has given to them. They never activate it or explore it. They complain that things are not going well, or they start sometimes and quit.
What is not used is a waste and a disappointment to God. Stop comparing yourself to others by wanting to be like them. We all are unique in different ways. God knows what is good for you and, He equips you with that talent so, go out and explore and allow God to blow on it so that you will begin to see results.
Practice makes perfect. Don’t give up just because you are not seeing results and, don’t quit because you feel others have more talent than you. We all are equal in the sight of God. What matters is how you use your talent and how you inspire others with it.
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