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Watchfulness

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“Be dressed ready for
service and keep your lamps
burning, like servants
waiting for their master to
return from a wedding
banquet, so that when he
comes and knocks they can
immediately open the door for
him. It will be good for
those servants whose master
finds them watching when he
comes. Truly I tell you, he will
dress himself to serve, will
have them recline at the
table and will come and wait
on them. It will be good
for those servants whose
master finds them ready,
even if he comes in the middle
of the night or toward
daybreak. But understand
this: If the owner of the
house had known at what
hour the thief was coming, he
would not have let his house
be broken into. You also
must be ready, because the
Son of Man will come at an
hour when you do not expect
him.”
Peter asked, “Lord, are
you telling this parable to us,
or to everyone?”
The Lord answered, “Who
then is the faithful and wise
manager, whom the master
puts in charge of his servants
to give them their food
allowance at the proper time?
It will be good for that
servant whom the master
finds doing so when he
returns. Truly I tell you, he
will put him in charge of all
his possessions. But suppose
the servant says to himself,
‘My master is taking a long
time in coming,’ and he then
begins to beat the other
servants, both men and
women, and to eat and drink
and get drunk. The master
of that servant will come on
a day when he does not
expect him and at an hour he
is not aware of. He will cut
him to pieces and assign him a
place with the unbelievers.
“The servant who knows
the master’s will and does not
get ready or does not do
what the master wants will be
beaten with many blows.
But the one who does not
know and does things
deserving punishment will be
beaten with few blows. From
everyone who has been given
much, much will be demanded;
and from the one who has
been entrusted with much,
much more will be asked.

Luke 12:35-48

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Tony Fleming

    July 4, 2014 at 1:56 pm

    Alleluyia

  2. Linus Sunday

    July 7, 2014 at 6:17 am

    praise God

  3. Noela Shaona

    August 12, 2014 at 3:11 am

    Amen

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