Matthew 25:21
Sermons
Good and Faithful ServantsW.F. Adeney Matthew 25:21
A Gift and a TrustT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
A Hard ManG. J. Proctor.Matthew 25:14-30
A Picture of the DevilT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Better to Use One Talent Well than Five WickedlyDr. Talmage.Matthew 25:14-30
Christ Absent from UsT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Christ's TalentsSelected.Matthew 25:14-30
Dangers of MediocrityPhillips Brooks, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
Divers TalentsS. Brown.Matthew 25:14-30
Diversity in AbilityT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Diversity in ServiceT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Diversity of Talent Helpful to ServiceT. Manton., T. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Doing Better than ExcusingT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Dread of God Natural in the Carnal MindT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Each Man has His Appropriate GiftDr. Talmage.Matthew 25:14-30
Encouragement for the Man with One TalentA. H. Crawford, M. A.Matthew 25:14-30
Faithful Service and its RewardS. M'All.Matthew 25:14-30
Faithfulness is on the Direct Line of MasteryMarvin R. Vincent, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
Faithfulness the Main ThingMarvin R. Vincent, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
Few Talents Will have to be Accounted ForC. H. SpurgeonMatthew 25:14-30
Fidelity in the Service of GodC. Hodge, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
God Blesses Those Who Improve Their PrivilegesN. Emmons, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
God is Never Niggardly in His GiftsS. Cox, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
Great Talents and SmallDr. Talmage.Matthew 25:14-30
Hiding, not Wasting, God's TrustsT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Human ResponsibilityT. D. Crothers.Matthew 25:14-30
Importance of Little ThingsMarvin R. Vincent, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
Improvement of TalentsBishop Daniel Wilson.Matthew 25:14-30
Latent Possibilities in the Man with One TalentA. H. Crawford, M. A.Matthew 25:14-30
Laying Ourselves Out for GodT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Life a JourneyW. J. Hall, M. A.Matthew 25:14-30
Modesty not to Invalidate TalentR. Thomas.Matthew 25:14-30
Multiplied TalentBishop Daniel Wilson.Matthew 25:14-30
Nothing Idle in NatureT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
One TalentThe Southern PulpitMatthew 25:14-30
Ordinary Talents Do Most of the WorkDr. Talmage.Matthew 25:14-30
Our Account with GodT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Our Trust of TalentsE. Sandercock.Matthew 25:14-30
Parable of TalentsT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Private ConceitsT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Satanic Abuse of Great TalentsT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
TalentsJ. Vaughan, M. A.Matthew 25:14-30
Talents for Service not OrnamentR. Morton.Matthew 25:14-30
Talents for Small SpheresC. H. Spurgeon.Matthew 25:14-30
Talents Given for ActivityT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
The Account to be RenderedE. Bersier., J. Parsons.Matthew 25:14-30
The Advantages of MediocrityPhillips Brooks, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
The Average ManF. E. Clark.Matthew 25:14-30
The Capacity of Religion Extirpated by DisuseH. Bushnell, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
The Discharged ServantR. Jones, B. A. .Matthew 25:14-30
The Entrusted TalentsW. M. Taylor, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
The Faithful Servant and His RewardCharles Garrett.Matthew 25:14-30
The Good and Faithful ServantH. March.Matthew 25:14-30
The Good ServantW. Jowett, M. A.Matthew 25:14-30
The Grace of God was Intended to be AccumulativeDr. Talmage.Matthew 25:14-30
The Householder and His ServantsBishop Daniel Wilson.Matthew 25:14-30
The Increase of TalentR. Thomas.Matthew 25:14-30
The Joy of the Lord's ServiceMatthew 25:14-30
The Law of Spiritual CapitalMarcus Dods, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
The Law of Use and Neglect in the Kingdom of HeavenR. Thomas.Matthew 25:14-30
The Man with One Talent NeededA. H. Crawford, M. A.Matthew 25:14-30
The Man with Two TalentsPhillips Brooks, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
The Master's Approval of the Faithful ServantS. Martin.Matthew 25:14-30
The Parable of the TalentsG. Smith.Matthew 25:14-30
The Parable of the TalentsS. Cox, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
The Parable of the TalentsW.F. Adeney Matthew 25:14-30
The Parable of the TalentsMarcus Dods Matthew 25:14-30
The Pleasure of Small AbilitiesR. Thomas.Matthew 25:14-30
The Predominance of MediocrityPhillips Brooks, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
The Replenishment of Heavenly FelicityS. M'All.Matthew 25:14-30
The Reward of FidelityS. Brown.Matthew 25:14-30
The Servants At WorkE. Bersier.Matthew 25:14-30
The Sin of UnprofitablenessE. Gibbon, M. A.Matthew 25:14-30
The Sinner Self-CondemnedT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
The Sovereignty of the Divine EndowmentsC. H. Spurgeon.Matthew 25:14-30
The TalentsExpository OutlinesMatthew 25:14-30
The TalentsJ.A. Macdonald Matthew 25:14-30
The Unprofitable are DestroyedT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
The Unprofitable ServantR. Jones, B. A.Matthew 25:14-30
The Unprofitable ServantD. Moore, M. A.Matthew 25:14-30
The Unused Talent Passes from the Servant Who Would not Use it to the One Who WillMarcus Dods, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
The Wicked and Slothful ServantH. March.Matthew 25:14-30
Trading for God, not SelfT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Trading with TalentsBenjamin Keach.Matthew 25:14-30
Unequal GiftsE. Bersier.Matthew 25:14-30
Use the Talent We HaveT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Varieties of GiftsT. Manton.Matthew 25:14-30
Variety God's LawC. H. Spurgeon.Matthew 25:14-30
Well Used Talents Prepare for Enjoyment in HeavenN. Macleod, D. D.Matthew 25:14-30
Context
The Parable of the Talents
20"The one who had received the five talents came up and brought five more talents, saying, 'Master, you entrusted five talents to me. See, I have gained five more talents.' 21"His master said to him, 'Well done, good and faithful slave. You were faithful with a few things, I will put you in charge of many things; enter into the joy of your master.' 22"Also the one who had received the two talents came up and said, 'Master, you entrusted two talents to me. See, I have gained two more talents.'…
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