Parable of the Wedding Feast

Book Title: Pericopae epistolaru[m], quae singulis Dominicis diebus hactenus in ecclesia praelectae fuerunt, breuissimis conciunculis explicatae / per reuerendum uirum Dominum Ioannem Brentium, Praepositum Studtgardianum. ; Additae sunt explicationes quaedam breuiss. aliquot epistolarum, quae usitato more certis diebus festis proponi solent

Author: Brenz, Johannes, 1499-1570

Image Title: Parable of the Wedding Feast

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Description: A king invites guests to a wedding banquet for his son, but all the guests come up with excuses as to why they cannot come, some even abuse and kill the king’s slaves. Enraged, the king sends his troops to burn down their city, and then sends out his slaves to invite everyone they meet on the street to the wedding feast.

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