Parable of the Wedding Feast - Wikipedia
Luke 14:7-14 ESV - The Parable of the Wedding Feast - …
In the Parable of the Wedding Feast, the man without a wedding garment represents all the people who did not have a wedding cloth. The Lord Jesus does not address the whole collectively because He asked a question. And the question is, , which must be answered differently by different people.
Parable of the Great Banquet - Wikipedia
In the Parable of the Wedding Feast, those who were invited would already have received and accepted an earlier invitation. It was customary to send another invitation to inform those people that it is time to come. And it is this second invitation which is given in v. 3 and repeated in v. 4. Their double refusal is therefore going back on their previous promise. They initially said 'yes,' but now they say 'no.' It is like the disobedient son (Matthew 21:30) in the Parable of the Two Sons and like the tenant farmers (Matthew 21:35-36) in the Parable of the Wicked Tenants, whose acceptance of their tenancy carried with it the obligation to pay the rent. The Parable of the Wedding Feast, then, is aimed at the already religious, not at outsiders who reject God's invitation at the first hearing.
The parable of the wedding feast (1) - Mt 22(1-14)
The Parable of the Wedding Feast is also a warning to us, to make sure we are relying on Godâs provision of salvation, not on our own good works or religious service.
Matthew 22:1-14 Yves I-Bing Cheng ..
Well, I think we have to come to the conclusion that the person without the wedding garment was not the only person at the feast who did not have a proper garment. There were many others, many who were not chosen. So I would like to suggest that we should view the person without a wedding garment as a representative of a whole group of people who were in fact present at the banquet without a wedding garment. Several people were not properly dressed and they were represented by that one man.