Blog Feature Tuesday

Blog Feature Tuesday ~ From The Rez To The City

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Greetings to all my lovely readers out there in internet land, tonight I would love to introduce you,to fashion blogger Kiah. A lady who has a very passionate love for fashion.

She was born on a Native American reservation where the accessibility to categorize her style with  fashionable material was-quite unobtainable .However this disposition did not discourage this positive  and determine young lady,through inspiration from her mom’s fashion magazines she created her outfits .

Kiah is a perfect example of pure motivation ,she shows that it’s  not what you don’t have that counts but what you already have in your possession that can determine so much more.

Her impulsion reminds me of a parable which I heard so many times, the parable of many talents, which I will leave in enclosing for you  just in case you’ve never heard it before.

Nonetheless ,what I love about her style is that it’s very classic,chic sophisticated and she brings the drama ,just look at her photos ,so fierce! When you visit her blog where her goals are to prove that no matter your dress size , you can “ROCK” fashion and look great! She believes the key to great style is finding inspiration being creative and displaying confidence.

If you’re interested in contacting Kiah you can check her out on either of the following social sites : Twitter  & Facebook.

Every Tuesday on this website ,you can expect to see a new blogger , artist ,stylist etc . If you know of anyone who will love to be featured in this segment or interviewed hit me up on twitter  to receive a speedy response or contact me  here.

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The Parable Of Many Talents

One day a man was going on a long trip. He needed his servants to take care of his property while he was gone, so he called them to him.

To the first servant he gave five talents of money. (A talent was not a coin, but a weight of a precious metal such as silver, and one talent was worth more than $1,000. So this servant received money worth more than $5,000.)

This man went to work at once using his money until he had doubled it. He now had ten talents instead of five.

The master gave the second man two talents. He probably thought the man was capable of managing that amount of money. The second man was successful also, and doubled his money. He began with more than $2,000 and now he had twice as much.

The third man was not as capable as the other two, but the master gave him one talent with the expectation that he would manage it well. He, too, could have increased his money, but he dug a hole and hid it in the ground.

After a long time the master returned. (Some think the master’s trip is a picture of Jesus returning to heaven, and the return from the trip is the judgment of mankind.) He was ready for a report from the servants.

The man who had received five talents brought his money and showed the master that he had doubled it. He was happy to show his master the results.

The master was well pleased. He said, “Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!”

The man that had been given two talents showed the master that he had also doubled his money. He received the same words of praise as the first man who had received five talents.

The man who had received one talent dug up the talent he had buried and brought it to the master. He accused the master of being a hard man to work for, said he had been afraid, so he just buried his talent. He gave it back to the master saying, “See, here is what belongs to you.”

The master was very angry with him and called him a wicked, lazy servant. He said the man should at least have put the money with bankers and received some interest. (Now the Jews could not charge nor receive interest from a fellow Jew, but they could get interest from a person who was not a Jew.)

The master took his one talent away from him and gave it to the man who had ten talents, and the one talent man was punished because he had not properly used the talent he had been given.

What can we learn from this story? We need to use whatever “talent” God has given us. It might be money or ability. If we use it wisely, He will increase it so that our lives will glorify Him.

This parable of Jesus teaches you to use the talent that God has given you. And you do have some things that you can do really well.

Make a list of the things you do well. Use those talents for God. You may discover that He has given you a new talent; one that you didn’t even suspect that you had. Then find a way to use that talent for Him!


Memory Verse :
For everyone who has will be given more, and he will have abundance. Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him.

Matthew 25:29 (NIV)

4 thoughts on “Blog Feature Tuesday ~ From The Rez To The City

  1. I am so humbled by this feature. I am about to cry! I love how the photos just pop up like that. You are an amazing writer! Thank you and God bless you for this. I love this parable. I pray the day that I hear my Lord say to me “WELL DONE, THY GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANT”. Kiah

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