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Choose two of the following topics from Matthew 24 and 25. Write an exposition on each of the two topics for a total of 14 double spaced pages. (You may write 7 pages each or any combination of pages as long as each topic is discussed thoroughly. Your paper may be longer if necessary).
Choose Two topics:
Make sure to cover the following points:
If the topic you choose to cover such misinterpreted Scriptures, please be sure to mention and defend your position even if it disagrees with that of your professor.
The Parable Of The Talents
Length: 7 pages (2136 Words)
The Parable of the Talents
The Parable of the Talents represents a classical example of how human beings are made and the shortcomings that human beings as Christians face in our everyday life. The Parable, as was told by Jesus was aimed at trying to deliver a message to his listeners in the best way possible by using simple illustrations with very deep messages. Although Jesus may have used parables in most of his teachings, the Parable of the Talents is uniquely structured to touch every person as every individual is born with talents. In this teaching, Jesus stresses a lot on the importance of utilizing our talents as unexploited talents are useless to a person. This teaching comes immediately after Jesus talks to his followers of his second coming and how no one will know the day or the hour in which the Savior will return. In further stressing the message of being always prepared for his second coming, Jesus uses the parable to teach his followers on how they should utilize their talents as if Jesus was to return that day. The Parable of the Talents does not directly contribute to answering the three apostle questions but rather takes a different perspective in trying to answer these three questions. Besides answering the questions of when and what signs would symbolize the return of Jesus Christ, the Parable of the Talent also depicts the “Rapture of the Church” which is part and parcel of the Olivet Discourse.