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  • by Robert H Berendt
There are many talented and highly intelligent people who cannot seem to use their talents.
  • by David Klett
God has blessed each and every one of us with wonderful talents, great or small. In Romans 12 Paul talks about the diversity of gifts in the Church.
  • by Mitchell Moss
I've heard the story many times. Or at least variations of the story. The basic gist is that there is a man or woman who is exceptional at something—“He was professional at the piano; he could’ve played at Carnegie Hall,” for example. “Then he was called into God’s Church, and he didn’t think he could pursue the piano anymore because a lot of concerts are on the Sabbath. So he gave it up and...
  • by United Church of God
We each have importance and worth by using whatever talents we are given.
  • by Randy Shoemaker
How much better would it be if the whole world acknowledged God for the gifts that He gives us, instead of seeking only success for self?
  • by Graemme Marshall
The Holy Spirit makes possible the development of righteous character. But comfortable complacency can mean a smug security instead of extending oneself. The parable of the talents helps explain the difference.
  • by Jerold Aust
If you're unhappy in your job, should you change your job? Should you find a career that matches your abilities and interests? Here's how concentrating on your talents can help you find happiness and success.