The Parable of the Ten Virgins is found in Matthew 25. This parable is taught by Christ as a reminder that we might all be wanting to be a part of the wedding feast. However, we must be prepared to wait and what does that look like as Christians.
In this podcast with Amy and we look at the separation between two types of those that are waiting for Christ’s return.
How many virgins are in the Parable?
There are 10 virgins that have prepared their lamps are ready for the wedding feast. However, there are 5 that have been prepared just in case the groom ( Christ) does not show up at the time they are expecting.
How many were foolish?
Then there are the 5 virgins represented in the Parable of the 10 Virgins that was foolish and did not prepare for the possibility of a long return.
The truth is that all Christians should be awaiting the return of Christ, as prepared people.
What do the foolish virgins represent?
Listen as Amy and I talk about modern-day Christians and learn how we can apply this parable to our everyday lives.
We also discuss the problems of being a foolish Christian and how that can apply to every one of us today.
What can we learn from this Parable of the 10 Virgins?
Amy and I have learned as we have study some of the parables that there is so much to glean from Christ’s words and this Parable is no different.
Listen now to the different takeaways that both Amy and I had over the foolish virgins.
Show notes for the Parable of the 10 Virgins.
Here are the show notes from this podcast. We try to include most of the scriptures that we reference in the show. However, if you listen to us regularly you will find that we sometimes just ramble out scripture without referencing the scripture. LOL