does a parable have a fulfillment? lol, I thought only prophesy had fulfillment. march 15 2015 wt.
after the previous articles and questions from the readers, where the writers try to explain that
'humans cannot know which bible accounts are shadows of things to come and which are not, [pg18 bottom] and we aught to be reluctant to assign an anti typical application to a certain person or account if there is no specific basis for doing so'
they then go on to say, in the next article
march 11'2015 wt study article page 22 par 19
'what about in this time of the end when the parable of the talents finds its fulfillment'
and in paragraph 11 where they are guessing, again....
'he was evidently referring to the time when he will come to execute judgment at the end of this system'
[and in 14 where it says 'This salve showed a bad spirit, for he deliberately worked against the masters interests'
I dont know where that assumption came from.]
and then the real interesting piece of info,
the photo on page 24
in 1919 jesus rewarded his anointed slaves on earth by entrusting them with increased responsibility'
'adjusted [love that word lol] explanation:
when Christ comes in the future he will reward his faithful anointed slaves by raising them to heaven.
now, this means that the faithful slave has not been chosen? and Jesus still hasn't come?
and the 1919 teaching that was 'new light' is now not light but a lie?
paragraph 15 : in this context it is reasonable to conclude that in the illustration of the talents.....
oh full of these words again.... evidently reasonable to conclude, obviously,