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Remember the story about the rich man who left town for a while and left his three servants in charge while he was gone? One man he gave many talents to, another he gave a few talents to and the last he gave only one talent to.
That’s right, it’s all coming back to us now: The two men whom he gave the greater talents to did well, investing their talents and bringing them back to their master with interest. The master was in his lofty position for a reason, eh? He knew who would do well and gave a chance to the one who would choke. The last man who was given a chance, did choke indeed. When the master returned he gave his master one dirty talent, and the master sent him away after scolding him for doing nothing with the talent put in his irresponsible hands.
When Yeshua told us all about this parable was He telling us to invest wisely? Yes, He was. But the message goes much deeper than that for those who are willing. He was talking about our talents and what we invest our talents in. Be willing to invest in your future.
Does being a man who is wealthy in the eyes of Adonai mean we need to live homeless, destitute, poor?
No it does not, but The Bible seems that way when read from the standpoint of fear. Let me help you see this from the perspective of a child of God. There were four men in the Bible who were very powerful, and three of them were undoubtedly rich while one of them was questionably rich. All four of these men are touted as being patriarch’s and people whose lives we can trust to mentor us in our relationship to The King of Kings. Moses, David, Abraham, and Job.
All the rest of the men in The Bible who are known as being real men of God lived either marginally middle class lives or just plain poor as dirt (for the most part). Our brains tend to jump to fearing destitution when it comes to living to please His Grace, but it does not have to be that way.
If you want to be folks who are responsible for much and folks who do well with much, here is one tool that might help you along the way: The Robinhood Investment App. It is a free stock trading interface. While trading stocks is inherently risky, investing in a broad array of performing stocks, and noticing that over long periods of time the overall health of the market tends upward, it is a good idea to invest wisely. Robinhood is a well known stock trading interface and has good reviews from Forbes Magazine and throngs of other trusted financial advisors. Plus, the interface does not cost anything to sign up while trades are free as well.
I am not telling you to use Robinhood, or that Robinhood is right for you. What works for some people does not always work for others. Robinhood’s goal is to get more people from the younger generation who aren’t stock savvy investing. How do they do this? By not charging any fees to invest. How do they make money? Aside from charging for the upgraded version of the app, they make money the same way a financial institution such as a bank does: By lending out money with interest. That means you will be helping Robinhood, helping yourself, andvery well might be being a good steward with the money your King and Savior is putting in your responsible hands.
If you are interested in signing up for Robinhood it is easy. Click this link share.robinhood.com/tomg84 , it will take you to their website. Give them your email address, make a password and answer the few questions they ask. If you use the link provided here you will also get a free stock in a company. I also will get a free stock. If you aren’t yet ready to invest, it is not a bad idea to sign up, get your stock, and sit on the membership while you do some more research. Give it a try and, remember, you are His steward. With Him all things are possible.