Wednesday, October 21, 2015

WOYWW: Much is Required

 "To whom much is given, much is required." Luke 12:48

This is not only a Biblical principle, but holds true as well in business, in families, in much of life. In Jesus' parable of the talents, He reminds us that when we are entrusted with 10 coins or 20 coins, He expects us to "invest" and use it. We are not supposed to just hide it and make sure it does not get lost. As part of Jesus' household, we are stewards of gifts, talents, resources and time. Much like God the Father told Adam and Eve to go forth and multiply, we are also supposed to use what He has given, to multiply it. Sometimes we can get intimidated by all that implies, but if we start out by giving God the best and our first fruits, He becomes our working partner in whatever we do!

Joining the lovely Julia Dunnit for a 
peek at desks and projects!

I find a lot of inspiration
visiting my friends here:



  1. Love how you have illustrated that principle and thanks for the reminder of its true meaning.
    Hugs, Neet 1 xx

  2. Love that 'reveal' type artwork, how clever. And indeed, how true.
    The storms and hurricanes sound unreal, I hope you're faring well.

  3. Lovely artwork and as always such an important message to spread.
    sandra de @28

  4. Beautiful artwork about a very true verse. Someone preached on that verse last Sunday at the conference I went to.
    Have a great week,

  5. Great canvas - I have never seen this reveal type of art work before ...... might try it in my journal .... thanks for the idea.
    I was thinking of this Scripture the other day, thanks for your input.
    Have a good week

    Bishopsmate #39

  6. Gorgeous painting, Patsy.

  7. Stunning. Love, Mimi xxx

  8. Love the canvas!

    Greetings, Sofie #56

  9. Love that art work. Such a wonderful message. Take care Zo xx 44

  10. Hello Patsy. It's been a while since I've stopped by. That's great that you are getting inquiries into your art. It's always nice to hear that people appreciate your craft and are willing to pay for it!!

    I especially like this canvas. I love how you created the background and then did a wash with the background exposed for the message.

    I'm finally getting around to some desks today - better late than never.
    Happy belated WOYWW
    Hugs, Kay (38)

  11. Fantastic script work hugs Nikki 3


I am so glad you dropped by! You are a blessing!
:^) Patsy