Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown
wedding—and seating thyself at the wedding feast. Our Lord avoids the appearance of personality by this delicate allusion to a different kind of entertainment than this of his host [BENGEL].
a parable—showing that His design was not so much to inculcate mere politeness or good manners, as underneath this to teach something deeper (Luke 14:11).
chief rooms—principal seats, in the middle part of the couch on which they reclined at meals, esteemed the most honorable.
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