The Lord has blessed everyone with various talents and skills. Some seem to have extra-ordinary gifts while others may appear to be simply “average”.
The difference with the “talented” and the “master of none” is that the former spends time to discover and cultivate his/her God-given talents, while the latter is contented in admiring the giftedness of others. The fact is, most people failed to discover and develop their gifts.
Developing our gifts requires a lot of self-discipline and determination. Commitment is what we need so we can be what we want to be in life. John Mason, in his book, A Man Called Average, said that if we…continue reading..