In this parable we learn that the call of God, the invitation to an eternal life of joy, feasting, peace, and health goes out to all people. However, many simply don't care, some are openly hostile, some appear to accept but then don't truly follow through, and a chosen few enter into eternal joy.
This teaching should lead to our lives being marked by two priorities:
1.) The dailing repenting of sin and clothing ourselves in the robe of Righteousness Divine -- the robe that Jesus alone can give us.
2.) Doing our part to spread the call and invitation to the Feast to anyone and everyone across the globe.
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