[quote author=Seth link=topic=13103.msg181619#msg181619 date=1417460179]

But it signify something spiritual. In the same way I could see that although God might forbid taking interest, if the talents or the coins have nothing to do with actual money but adding love to our faith, like Peter says, then it would seem entirely reasonable to me that the master represents God himself. in that way, it wouldn't be a contradiction because the parable has nothing to do with money,



I agree. Talents = Love

The person who was given love 10 times, gave love to others 10 times.

The person who was given love 2 times, gave love to others 2 times.


Parables are always spiritual


Jesus Christ, the speaker of this parable, will save everyone, all people. Everyone will be spiritually transformed and become believers in Him. Thus, trust in the Lord Christ Jesus with faith alone and be saved! :D