The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant
One day a king decided to call in his officials
and ask them to give an account of ...
As he was doing this, one official
was brought in who owed him a
very large sum of money. But he
didn’t have any money to ...
The official got down on his knees and began
begging, “Have pity on me, and I will pay you
every cent I owe!” The king fel...
As the official was leaving, he happened to meet
another official, who owed him a small amount
of money. So he grabbed the...
When some other officials found out what
had happened, they told the king what the
first official did. The king called the...
Be kind and forgive each
other, just like God forgives
you.
Soyez bons les uns pour les
autres ; pardonnez-vous
réciproque...
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La parabole du serviteur qui refuse de pardonner - Parable of the Unforgiving Servant

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La parabole du serviteur qui refuse de pardonner - Parable of the Unforgiving Servant

  1. 1. The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant One day a king decided to call in his officials and ask them to give an account of what they owed him. La parabole du serviteur qui refuse de pardonner Un jour, un roi décida de régler ses comptes avec ses serviteurs.
  2. 2. As he was doing this, one official was brought in who owed him a very large sum of money. But he didn’t have any money to pay what he owed. The king ordered him to be sold, along with his wife and children and all he owned, in order to pay the debt. Il commençait à le faire, quand on lui en amena un qui lui devait une énorme somme d'argent. Cet homme n'avait pas de quoi rendre cet argent ; alors son maître donna l'ordre de le vendre comme esclave et de vendre aussi sa femme, ses enfants et tout ce qu'il possédait, afin de rembourser ainsi la dette.
  3. 3. The official got down on his knees and began begging, “Have pity on me, and I will pay you every cent I owe!” The king felt sorry for him and let him go free. He even told the official that he did not have to pay back the money. Le serviteur se jeta à genoux devant son maître et lui dit : «Prends patience envers moi et je te paierai tout !» Le maître en eut pitié : il annula sa dette et le laissa partir.
  4. 4. As the official was leaving, he happened to meet another official, who owed him a small amount of money. So he grabbed the man by the throat. He started choking him and said, “Pay me what you owe!” The man got down on his knees and began begging, “Have pity on me, and I will pay you back.” But the first official refused to have pity. Instead, he went and had the other official put in jail until he could pay what he owed. Le serviteur sortit et rencontra un de ses compagnons de service qui lui devait une très petite somme d'argent. Il le saisit à la gorge et le serrait à l'étouffer en disant : «Paie ce que tu me dois !» Son compagnon se jeta à ses pieds et dit : «Prends patience envers moi et je te paierai !» Mais l'autre refusa et il le fit jeter en prison en attendant qu'il ait payé sa dette.
  5. 5. When some other officials found out what had happened, they told the king what the first official did. The king called the first official back in and said, “You’re an evil man! When you begged for mercy, I said you did not have to pay back a cent. Don’t you think you should show pity to someone else, as I did to you?” The king then ordered the official to be punished until he could pay back everything he owed. Quand les autres serviteurs virent ce qui était arrivé, ils allèrent tout raconter à leur maître. Alors le maître fit venir ce serviteur et lui dit : «Méchant serviteur ! j'ai annulé toute ta dette parce que tu m'as supplié de le faire. Tu devais toi aussi avoir pitié de ton compagnon, comme j'ai eu pitié de toi.» Le maître était fort en colère et il envoya le serviteur aux travaux forcés en attendant qu'il ait payé toute sa dette. »
  6. 6. Be kind and forgive each other, just like God forgives you. Soyez bons les uns pour les autres ; pardonnez-vous réciproquement, comme Dieu vous a pardonné. www.freekidstories.org Art © The Family International & Clipart. Bible story from Matthew 18:23-34.

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