"OCCUPY TILL I COME"

"Occupy till I come." This authoritative command was addressed to his ten selected servants by a nobleman embarking on a distant journey. To each of the ten was given a pound to be developed to the utmost, the proceeds to be handed over on the donor's return.

These words, "Occupy till I come," caught the interest and attention of one who suddenly found himself confronted with heavy family responsibilities. Face to face with this crisis and all the sacrifices it entailed, he recognized immediately that this emergency was, and could only be, a spiritual opportunity.

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TAKING STOCK
October 14, 1950
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