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Never despise your gift and talent.

Updated on August 9, 2016

Denali and Alaska range

Thanks to Mom's weird gift with weather and mountain views, we had some spectacular views of Denali and the Alaska range from their deck. That's where these both came from.
Thanks to Mom's weird gift with weather and mountain views, we had some spectacular views of Denali and the Alaska range from their deck. That's where these both came from. | Source

Rachel's tomb

Ludwig Blum , an Israeli painter (1891- 1974) painted portraits such as High Commissioners of Palestine, Abdullah I of Jordan, Moshe Dayan
Ludwig Blum , an Israeli painter (1891- 1974) painted portraits such as High Commissioners of Palestine, Abdullah I of Jordan, Moshe Dayan | Source

Hillsong united - Oceans [Passion 2014]

Sharpen your gift.

Jacob Flees From Laban: After God created the Garden of Aden he created man in his likeness. He empowered him to work like him. Everyone is gifted and should not leave everything to the church leaders.

Excel in your talent. Work your gift. Don’t waste your gift. When you don’t recognize it and its worth you waste it. If you bury your gifts you end up being poor and envious of the others who use their talents. It is also humiliating to God the giver. Once you recognize your gift, treasure it. Protect it. Always recognize that God gave you the gift. Don’t misuse the gift. Develop it.

10,000 reasons (Bless the Lord) - Matt Redman (Best worship song ever) (With lyrics)

Haran in Israel

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Israel, Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico
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This is the area that The Garden of Aden is thought to have been located. Adam and Eve disobeyed God by way of being jealous of his power.

Are you envious of God?

By not utilizing your gift and talent you are envious of God.

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