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_ jesus telling this parable to his disciples._2nd.prelude._ grace to learn the lessons from it which he intended.point i.the talents.it is christ himself who is the author of this parable and he told it to show us how we are to prepare for his coming.every word of it is of importance and bears some instruction or warning for advent.the _man going into a far country_ is the mangod, he who came from heaven to take our human nature and to redeem us to god by his blood.his work of redemption is finished and he is going back to his own country_a far country_implying that he will be gone a long time.(he) _called his servants_.they are his own servants, he has created them, he has bought them with his blood, they belong to himtheir service, their time, their very lives are his, and this not because they are _slaves_ forced to labour, but because of their own free will and out of love and gratitude to him who has bought them from the cruel slavery of sin, they have said: i love my master.i will not go out free (ex.xxi.5)._and (he) delivered to them his goods._ they are _his_ goods not the servants, they all belong to him and he entrusts them to his servants to take care of them and to do the best they can with them while he is gone.what are these goods? all the good things which god has given to manhis life, his preservation, his baptism, his christian education, intellect, faith, health, rank, wealth, talents, conscience, opportunities of doing good, position,and all have to be traded with, for the master to whom they belong.his goods include too what the world would label evilsillhealth, difficulty, failure, poverty, incapability; these have to be traded with too, and there is often a higher profit to be made out of these than out of the others.they are all the masters goods and he delivers them to his servants._to one he gave five talents and to another two and to another one, to every one according to his proper ability._ he knows his servants, and he knows exactly the strength and capability of each.he measures each burden before imposing it and calculates each sum before giving it.this servant can manage five, this one two, this can only manage one.it is no disgrace to have only one talent, the ability of the servants is the masters affair, not the servants.they cannot turn to him and say: why hast thou made me thus? (rom.ix.20).he makes each one according to his own will and endows him according to his will too.what the servant has to remember is that he is responsible for all that is entrusted to him, that he _can_ trade with it and that it is not too much for him, it is according to his proper ability, and that though his master will never try to reap where he has not sown, he _will_ expect to reap where he _has_ sown, he will expect a harvest from each talent.point ii.the traders._he that had received the five talents went his way and traded with the same and gained other five._ he lost no time, he loved his master and he loved the goods because they belonged to his master and because they had been lent by him.the whole of their value lay in the fact that they were the masters; he felt responsible, he must not only take care of them but put them to the best account, and so he set to work at once to trade with them, and he did well, for he gained _cent per cent_! _and in like manner he that had received the two gained other two._ there was no jealousy, no thinking the master partial or that he had underrated his powers in only giving him _two_ talents.he loved and trusted his master; the two talents were very precious because they were his and because he had chosen them out with such love and care, giving the servant just what he could manage, no more and no less.he went and traded and did as well as the first, _cent per cent_.thus the good servants, that is those who love, who have said, i _will_ not go out free, are always trading for their master.they say to themselves: this talent, this time, this opportunity, this health, this strength belongs to my master not to me, i must use it for him.they forget sometimes; the master is so long away and they act as if the goods were their own, and even trade with them for their own profit, using their talents to attract people to themselves rather than to their master! but as they really love him and want to trade for him only, they see the dishonesty of their trading and they do their best by acts of reparation to restore to him his own.when he comes back, he will not expect perfection but _effort_.some, he says, will gain a hundred fold but for our consolation and encouragement he adds: some sixtyfold, and some thirtyfold (st.matt.xiii.8)._but he that had received the one, going his way digged into the earth, and hid his lords money._ he lost no time either, his mind was made up at once, he would take no trouble, make no effort, would hide his masters talent and forget all about it; he wanted no responsibility, he could not be troubled with trading

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