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The Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard

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25

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Christian Living; Discipleship

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Joanne Lee

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Fairness, when taken out of its worldly context, takes on a different meaning in God's Kingdom. Find out why in the parable of the laborers.

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The owner of the vineyard first hired some laborers to work for him early in the morning and went out again a few more times during the course of the day. At the end of the day, he instructed his steward to pay all the workers their wages, a denarii. The householder was a man related to the kingdom of Heaven. The man, when he saw some men standing idle in the market place, hurried out and offered them work. This strong sense of care was the motivation behind his hiring. The owner's genuine concern extended all the way to how he paid the wages to the laborers. The owner cared for the least fortunate and did not mean to be unfair to those who had worked long and hard for him. He preferred to be more gracious to those who were either less capable or more afflicted. His payment was altruistic; the denarii's were indeed a free gift.

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The Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard

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MA

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YEN-ZEN TSAI (TAICHUNG, TAIWAN])

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1567, 5681, 1596, 1590, 1593, 526, 328, 386, 540, 527, 512, 329, 377, 511, 378, 539, 525

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