Which person in the Parable of Talents Are You?

I want to be a good steward. 
There are several places in the Bible that make it clear that we are to be good stewards of the resources that God entrusts to us (see the Parable of the Talents in Matthew 25:14-30 and Luke 19:12-28 as examples).
The landowner was going on a trip and he gave each of three of his servants talents (money) to look after for him while he was away. The first one significantly increased his master’s money by investing it wisely. The second one also increased his master’s money. The third buried the money and could only return the original amount entrusted to him upon his master’s return.
When the landowner returned, he was very proud of the first two servants and generously rewarded them and gave them more to manage for him. However, the third one he sent away because he didn’t do anything with what he was entrusted.
Which one are you? Are you being a good steward of the master’s resources? Are you multiplying His investment in you?
If I can’t be a good steward of a little that God entrusts to me, I probably won’t be a good steward of a lot. I want to be a good steward of whatever God entrusts to me, whether it be spiritual gifts, wisdom and knowledge, time or financial wealth.
I want to help others be good stewards of whatever God entrusts to them as well. That’s why I became a financial confidence coach. It’s why I mentor women in prison. It’s why I get involved with children’s ministry at my church. These are things that God has called me to do and I want to honor Him through my service.
Where in your life would you like to be a good steward?

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