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Matthew 25:1 - 25:13

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

Steve Gregg explains the parable of the ten virgins in Matthew 25 and its relevance to Jewish wedding customs. He points out that the wise and foolish virgins represent those who are prepared and unprepared for the arrival of the bridegroom, likened to the return of Christ. He emphasizes that being a part of the church does not guarantee readiness for His return, and that believers must faithfully follow Christ and be ready at all times. Finally, he warns against the danger of being unfaithful like the wicked servant and facing the same fate of being cut off and cast away.

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