Many are Called but Few are Chosen.

by Barbara K Patterson
(Midwest CIty, Oklahoma)

Matthew 22:1-14

Invitation: You have been chosen
your presence is requested
to see what the Kingdom of
heaven will be like.

When: the end of age


In this text we can see a picture of a wedding invitation
and a call to discipleship.

Many times when one wants to attend a marriage ceremony no one cares to go alone; its more exciting to have someone with you to gaze upon the beauty of a wedding ceremony.

Many times when one is led to discipleship they always tend to feel most comfortable when a friend or loved one walks with them.

But in this text, God is calling out to those that want to dedicate their life, and those that are listening for the call of Christ to come.

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