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The following is called a Rhythm parable and has been used in such informal settings as with family or youth groups, or as a kickoff for a Stewardship rally or campaign meeting. It is suggested that the people snap their fingers or clap lightly to help emphasized the exaggerated rhythmic pace. I have adapted this version slightly to improve the rhythm. Since the pace is a bit awkward in spots I would suggest you mark off the beats ahead of time so you can come out even. There once was a man going on vacation
Who called his servants to give them iteration.
To the first he gave five talents, to the second two
To the third, one, according to what they could do.
So he packed his bags and was up and away
And the servants with their treasures did not delay.
Now the first one took his talents of five

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