The Lord’s moral lesson in His Dragnet parable is this: There is a day of reckoning coming—the day when the Lord will separate true believers from pretend believers. Jesus Christ also is teaching us that being caught in the net in no way means that every fish is a “good” catch. These Divine Truths are why we should not see weekly attendance at and involvement in local “churches” as signs of authentic Christianity.
Contrary to popular opinion, the Ten Virgins’ parable is not about Israel being grafted back onto the Olive Tree just in time to rule with Christ during His millennial reign. The Ten Virgins’ parable is about all believers (Jews and Gentiles) who live and die on Earth during the CHURCH Age (cf. Matthew 25:1-13).
Jesus the Christ deserves to be worshipped in Spirit and in Truth by His Kingdom of God on Earth citizens, and true believers’ worship means that they must express their reverence of, respect/admiration for, and devotion to Jesus the Christ with EVERYTHING that is in them, which is the whole essence of the Kingdom of God.
Instead of making the mistake of uprooting “wheat” that we incorrectly have misjudged as “tares,” those of us who are spiritually mature should use the time that God has given to us to strengthen those in love who might be spiritually weak. Lastly, we all need to use this time that God has give to us to praise and thank Him always for not being finished with any of us.