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The current civilization with its vast talent of every race ought to be in a peaceful state if it wasn’t because said talent goes to waste. Instead of exploiting the talent that every accomplished adult is perfectly capable of passing down in the capacity of mentor, most leaders today behave as though life is a chess game. This generation, if you’ll allow, is approaching a state where talent isn’t put to use, if not already, simply due to taking talent for granted.

It reminds me of the parable in one of the Gospels when The Lord returns to judge those with different talents. To the one that was given more talent, there was more value reaped, almost doubled if I recall correctly. And on it goes until it comes to the one with least talent. This one buried his currency, meaning talent, because he felt it was too little to lose and saved it for judgment day instead. Well, The Lord wasn’t very pleased with that.

Can you think of any other scripture passages that exemplify the human flaws unto the eyes of God? There are many, the prodigal son and the 10 virgins are two good examples.

God judges his Creation as Creator. Nothing under or over the Sun is created without God’s blessing, including Satan. But you have to know that Satan is a product of our own rejection of God. God relies on us! He can use as little or as much talent to grant each individual but he expects a return. Nothing should interfere. Our job is to put God’s mandate above all.

The serpent is to be defeated before the dove will rise!

I liken the serpent to the draw-backs of a collective culture. It suffocates talent and impedes progress as would, say, a socialist/Marxist/communist societal structure. The dove, on the other hand, I liken to individualism: free, pure, and amicable. One orients towards destruction the other to creation, respectively speaking: Satan or God, slavery or freedom, hate or love.

As a Country with the multitude of people we’re bound to feel frustration. Yet, the founding fathers of this nation created a path that we can all follow towards the only common goal I can think of: our individual success. Then it depends on defining success in God’s eyes!

Here’s a clue, fisherman of men doesn’t involve fish.

The current civilization with its vast talent of every race ought to be in a peaceful state if it wasn’t because said talent goes to waste. Instead of exploiting the talent that every accomplished adult is perfectly capable of passing down in the capacity of mentor, most leaders today behave as though life is a chess game. This generation, if you’ll allow, is approaching a state where talent isn’t put to use, if not already, simply due to taking talent for granted.


It reminds me of the parable in one of the Gospels when The Lord returns to judge those with different talents. To the one that was given more talent, there was more value reaped, almost doubled if I recall correctly. And on it goes until it comes to the one with least talent. This one buried his currency, meaning talent, because he felt it was too little to lose and saved it for judgment day instead. Well, The Lord wasn’t very pleased with that.


Can you think of any other scripture passages that exemplify the human flaws unto the eyes of God? There are many, the prodigal son and the 10 virgins are two good examples.


God judges his Creation as Creator. Nothing under or over the Sun is created without God’s blessing, including Satan. But you have to know that Satan is a product of our own rejection of God. God relies on us! He can use as little or as much talent to grant each individual but he expects a return. Nothing should interfere. Our job is to put God’s mandate above all.


The serpent is to be defeated before the dove will rise!


I liken the serpent to the draw-backs of a collective culture. It suffocates talent and impedes progress as would, say, a socialist/Marxist/communist societal structure. The dove, on the other hand, I liken to individualism: free, pure, and amicable. One orients towards destruction the other to creation, respectively speaking: Satan or God, slavery or freedom, hate or love.


As a Country with the multitude of people we’re bound to feel frustration. Yet, the founding fathers of this nation created a path that we can all follow towards the only common goal I can think of: our individual success. Then it depends on defining success in God’s eyes!


Here’s a clue, fisherman of men doesn’t involve fish.


Here’s a pair of good Bible quotes, ordered in steps, that you can reflect on when considering if you’re worthy of the Kingdom of God. Good news is that you don’t have to have been practicing Faith for more than a day before you can adopt these scriptures as your truth. First I list the Scriptures, then I list a summary in layman terms, and beneath I share a simple Scripture interpretation.

  • Matthew 17:20 - He said to them, “Because of your little faith. Amen, I say to you, if you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you will say to the mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.”

  • Matthew 21:26 - Whoever wishes to be great among you shall be your servant; 27 - whoever wishes to be first among you shall be your slave. Just so, the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.”

  • Luke 9:60-62 - “Let the dead bury their dead. But you, go and proclaim the kingdom of God. And another said, “I will follow you, Lord, but first let me say farewell to my family at home.” [To Him] Jesus said, “No one who sets a hand to the plow and looks to what was left behind is fit for the kingdom of God.”

  • Matthew 16:19 - I will give you the keys to the kingdom of heaven. Whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven; and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.

In other words:

  • Only the smallest amount of Faith is required

  • The smallest seed is the mustard seed and grows a greater bushel

  • Being a servant to others is being the greatest

  • That’s what American’s have strived for in building this nation

  • Following Jesus means sacrifices

  • The purpose is to defeat the temptations laid out by the enemy

  • If you can do all these, you get the keys to Heaven

Let me elaborate on the third bullet point, when Jesus responds to his would-be disciple that said “I will follow you, Lord, but first let me say farewell to my family at home” Jesus responded by saying that no one who sets a hand to the plow and looks to what was left behind is fit for the kingdom of heaven. You have to be very decisive, letting your No mean No, and your Yes mean Yes. For you can’t serve as an instrument to both earthly pleasures-or-pressures and the Kingdom of Heaven.

The biggest decisions we’ll have to face throughout the course of our spiritual development revolve around the sacraments of service. When we leave our parents home we become obliged to our mate; we become one. Together you are the voice for God’s mandate through your example and fidelity to one another. Proclaiming your faith is best demonstrated through your own personal actions. Not necessarily by standing behind a podium.

Faith is something that can be turned on and off by each individual through their own will power. My cliff note for passing the faith test is to believe that Jesus is the Aplha and the Omega, the beginning and the end, and that all shall pass but his verb never will. Those that believe in Jesus’ Word get saved, period.

Your faith and, in turn your salvation, falls in your hands!

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