Parable of the just and great King"
|There was once a large group of
nations of people that observed days of festivals
annually. These festivals were especially family and
social affairs in which people would join together to
eat and drink at feasts.
In the nights of these festivals, revelers would become
drunk and would utter many perverse and useless words.
The people of these nations also worshipped idols and
practiced injustice and many other forms of evil
In those same generations within the same nations' lived
a minority of unique peoples, who lived in every nation
on earth. There was also a great king called, 'the
king of kings', whose kingdom was and is the
greatest and most powerful of all time, and His kingdom
has no end but continues forever. Now it happened that
both the king of kings and the minority of unique
peoples did not observe festivals or any specific days
which the majority of the people of the nations
observed. However,, every day of the year, the minority
of peoples met with the great king, and they served him
and had a very close loving friendship with him...Galatians
4:8-11, 1 Peter 2:9.
So it happened that the people of the nations tried to
insult the great king's 'followers' by saying to
them, "Why do you trust in this king and why do you
spend so much time with him when you should be joining
with us to eat, drink and become drunk?" To the
shame of some members of the minority they gave in to
the pressures of the people around them, and they joined
with the revelers, they became drunk each week and
cursed with their tongues and worshipped their
At the same time, there were members of the minority
that always remained loyal to the great king as they met
with him and served him daily with gladness. The great
king was undoubtedly the best of friends with His loyal
followers, even as family.....2 Corinthians 6:11-18.
Moreover, the king of kings had authority over all
rulers on earth and ruled over all powers. He gave the
people of all nations the opportunity to serve him and
have a close and valuable friendship with him. However,
the majority of peoples refused to serve him and
questioned his authority. Even the leaders of the
nations and many people who were supposedly teachers of
the great king's people disrespected and defamed the
name of the great king as they deceived the people and
encouraged them to continue to fellowship with evil
peoples, to eat and drink with them and become drunk, to
worship idols and to refuse to respect and submit to the
great king.......Colossians 2: 9, 10.
Furthermore, the great king warned all people that they
would suffer terribly if they refused to change and turn
from their evil ways and if they did not become
reconciled to him. Even so, many people cursed the name
of the great king and ill treated his servants daily, so
the great king's anger was hot against his enemies....Acts
3:23, Psalm 2: 4-6....Selah.
Day after day, year after year and generation after
generation, the people of the nations and their national
leaders continued to rebel against the king of kings and
did not want to know him despite the fact that the king
actually provided all of the nations with food, water,
clothing, shelter, warmth and shade and all material
necessities that were needed for all communities of
Finally, it was time for the great king to judge all
people in the world including his followers. To his
followers that 'remained loyal' to him he gave
them authority to rule with him, and he blessed them
abundantly and gave them a great inheritance with rest
from their labors forever and ever.
The great king then judged all the people that chose to
rebel against him, and he condemned them by sending them
to a place of eternal pain and darkness, where they
would suffer from severe pain and torment and would feel
regretful forever and ever....Revelation 21:8.
Then with the great king's former followers that became
traitors by rebelling against him, compromising his
requests and joining forces with his enemies, he was
more displeased with them than he was with the rest of
the majority of peoples, so he punished those
traitors very severely indeed as he reserved the darkest
of eternal darkness for them. Those people were then
condemned to a place of severe pain, darkness, torment
and regret, where they and the rest of the king's
enemies would have no rest forever and ever; while the
just peoples were greatly rewarded by the just and
righteous king of kings.
2 Peter 2:15-22, 1 Peter 4:1-5, Revelation 3:14-22,
* Brother Thomas Loftus
"A subject of the just and great king Jesus the Christ"
...........All scriptures used are reference. If you
subject yourself to the King you will also be in
subjection with Father.......Hebrews 12:9, John
Truth and Humility with Jesus as Preeminent"