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Parable of the Ten Virgins

English: The Parable of the Ten Virgins, or the Wise and Foolish Virgins, is a parable told by Jesus in the gospel of Matthew (Matthew 25:1-13)


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Parable of the Ten Virgins (1838–1842), by Friedrich Wilhelm SchadowEdit

Parables of Jesus - edit
Drawing in the Net | Faithful Servant | Fig Tree | Friend at Night | Good Samaritan | Good Shepherd | Growing Seed | Hidden Treasure | Lazarus and Dives | Leaven | Lost Coin | Lost Sheep | Master and Servant | Mustard Seed | New Wine into Old Wineskins | Pearl | Pharisee and the Publican | Prodigal Son | Rich Fool | Sower | Strong Man| Talents | Ten Virgins | Two Debtors | Two Sons | Unjust Judge | Unjust Steward | Unmerciful Servant | Vine | Wedding Feast | Weeds | Wicked Husbandmen | Wise and Foolish Builders | Workers in the Vineyard