Luke 16:1-2 The Parable of the Dishonest Steward

by | Nov 10, 2021 | Bible Verses, Bible verses that may help, Brother Emmanuel, Reflection | 2 comments

Good morning, readers!  This is from Brother Emmanuel.

Jesus said to his disciples, “A rich man had a steward who was reported to him for squandering his property. He summoned him and said, ‘What is this I hear about you? Prepare a full account of your stewardship, because you can no longer be my steward.’” Luke 16:1–2.

The words spoken by the rich man, “Prepare a full account of your stewardship,” are words that we must all anticipate hearing one day. If that day were today, what would that “full account of your stewardship” look like? Have you worked hard for selfish gain? Or have you worked hard to act with great responsibility over the things God has entrusted to your care? Morning and have a blessed day.



Brother Emmanuel allows me to post his homilies because he is trying to raise donations for his ministry.  I told him it may take five years.  He continued to text me his homilies and to pray to God.

A few days ago, I texted him that 

. . .no one has donated yet.  Maybe it is the Lord’s will that readers read for free.  That is not bad at all in itself because you are spreading the Good News.

To this day, he continues to text.

My point is that this is his account of his stewardship.  My understanding is that he continues to persevere to accomplish his ministry.  And, in texting his homilies, he continues to trust in God’s will for him.  Some readers persevere to keep in contact with my website for free information but when you feel discouraged and you are not bound by a subscription, I will pray that these readers persevere and trust in the Lord that something good will come out of my messages.  

Write your account of your stewardship in your life up to today and see if you have worked hard to act with great responsibility over the things God has entrusted to your care?


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    • Veronica Kung

      Should I post in Persian/Arabic? Forgive me, I do not know the difference. I am enrolled to learn Arabic from Duolingo but I am hesitant to post in Arabic. It doesn’t click in my head. Are you part of our community?


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