"When God rules, the situation is like this parable: A vineyard owner came out in the morning looking for people to work in his vineyard.
After he agreed to pay them one silver on a day, he ordered them to work in his vineyard.
At nine o'clock in the morning, the owner went again, and saw some people were jobless in the market.
Then he said to them, 'Go you to work in my vineyard. I will pay you a decent wage. "
And about five o'clock, he came out again and see there are still those who jobless. Then he asked them, 'Why do you stand here all day by not doing anything? "
The people replied, 'No one who hired us. "'Then,' said the owner of the garden, 'you go to work in my vineyard. "
at Evening, the owner of the vineyard 'Call the workers and pay their own wages, ranging from people who entered last until the first coming. "
Then came the workers who started working from five in the evening. They each received one silver.
Then came all workers hired since the morning. They thought they would receive more. but they only received one silver money as well.
When receiving the money, they grumbled against the landowner:
Workers who came last ask why you pay us same with them! "
The owner of the vineyard said to them, 'Friend, I am not guilty of you. cause you agree to accept the wage a silver for a day job?
Well, take your reward, and go. I really want to give to the person who last entered the same wages that I give to you.
Then Jesus said again, "So did the people who last will be first, and the people who first will be last."