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  • Writer's pictureRich Scott

"Well Done" isn't just for steaks.

Hey Christians Entrepreneurs, I have a bone to pick (no pun intended) with you. For far too long, we've been using the term "well done" only to describe our steak preferences, and it's time to set the record straight.


You see, "well done" not only has to do with how cooked you like your steak. In fact, it has everything to do with the Bible!


You may be thinking, "What on earth does a steak have to do with the Bible?" Well, let me enlighten you. In Matthew 25:21, Jesus said, "Well done, good and faithful servant." This phrase has nothing to do with how well-done a steak is and everything to do with how well a servant has served his Master.


This phrase is found in the parable of the talents, where a master entrusts his servants with various talents (a unit of money) while he is away. Upon his return, he rewards those who have put their talents to good use and punished those who have not.


I got a question for you, “How well are you using the gifts and talents the Master has given you?” Are you burying them or are you using them for His glory? My goal in posting this is to encourage ALL of us to remain faithful, and to always be on the lookout for opportunities to serve Him and others.


So, next time you order your steak "well done," remember this quirky little post and use it as a reminder that Jesus will evaluate our actions and deeds, and that one day we will be judged accordingly.


Now, go Love God, Live with passion, and Be #masterminded!


A well done steak
"Well Done" is for good and faithful servants, not for steaks.

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