The servant who buried his talent - Illustration

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Matthew 25:14-30.

Jesus told another parable to describe God's kingdom. A man went for travel and he asked 3 of his servants to manage his money. Each servants was given amount of money according to his ability. A servant was given 5 talents, another servant was given 2 talents, and the other one was given 1 talent. When the man came back from his travel, only the servant who received 1 talent did not manage his given money and kept it buried. The master was angry about this servant and took his 1 talent and gave it to the servant with 10 talents. These talents are the various things given to each of us from the God. There is the God's expectation on how we use it.
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