FUNMI ADEOGUN ON FINANCIAL INVESTMENT: ‘THE THREE SERVANTS’ – PART 3
ADEOGUN FUNMILOLA OLUWATOSIN LECTURES ON FINANCIAL INVESTMENT TITLED ‘THE THREE SERVANTS’ (Part 3)
Remember the lesson in part 2 is that you should not give your talent to someone that will do nothing with it.
The severe consequences to the unproductive servant, far beyond anything triggered by mere business mediocrity, tell us that we are to invest our talents and, not waste them.
The particular talent invested in the parable is money.
It depicts investing, not hoarding, as a godly thing to do if it accomplishes godly purposes in a godly manner.
In the end, the master praises the two trustworthy servants with the words, “Well done, good and trustworthy slave”
In these words, we see that the master cares about the results (“well done”), the methods (“good”), and the motivation (“trustworthy”).
He assesses the stewardship of his servants. He evaluates them according to how faithful each was in making wise investments of his money to obtain profit.
Lesson: master is interested in making wise investments of his money to obtain profit.
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* Financial and Accounting (FA)
* Management Accounting (MA)
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