A popular term bandied about now is ROI—Return on Investment. It can apply to various types of investments such as time, energy, personnel, finances, and so on. It originated in financial circles where investors wanted to know what to expect as a profit for their investment.
It seems more than reasonable that investors would expect a profitable return on their investments. After all, that’s their business. Even hourly wage earners expect something in return—a paycheck—for their skills and time at their job.
Jesus taught about a lot of things, including ROI. Think not? Just look at a some of His parables and other teachings.
What has God invested in you personally? What has He given you the capacity to do?
What are the gifts God has entrusted you with? Who can you bless with your life?
This is a guest post on Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale's Daily Devo blog. Click on the link to read more– ROI Expectations
We'll return to our study in Ecclesiastes next week.