Yeshua’s interactions with His disciples, discourses with the Chief Priests and the elders of the people, and the parable of the man and his sons revealed some powerful and dynamic lessons on faith, fear, and the way of righteousness taught by Messiah Yeshua. Yeshua revealed that the Kingdom, He came to bring, was first offered to the Children of Israel, YeHoVaH’s firstborn, but was inclusive of all people who submitted themselves in service to YeHoVaH. According to Yeshua’s references to certain prophecies, all persons, including the eunuchs and strangers, had a part in the Kingdom.
Yeshua’s lessons on faith, in reference to the fig tree, His challenge to the Chief Priests and the elders of the people about the baptism of the prophet John, and their rejection of His teaching, leads Yeshua to share a parable about a landowner and his tenants.
In this teaching, Yeshua warns, the Chief Priests and the Pharisees in a parable directed at them and others, about what would happen to those who refused to recognize YeHoVaH’s ownership of His creation and their role in His Kingdom.