The Parable of the Talents


The Parable of the Talents


"Well done, good and faithful servant" Matthew 25, 23

Size 6-11 in purple.     £6.50 

With four piles of coins - 2, 4, 5 and 10 - one each on the side of each sock and one coin hidden on the sole of one foot.

An intriguing design.

These Holy Socks are made in the UK in 75% cotton, 23% nylon, 2% elastane/lycra.

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The buried coin starts his story.

"Hello, are you a good and faithful servant?  I'd like to be but I'm buried. I'm the coin, the single coin who was given to the third person in the parable.  The coin which was buried. Yeh, that's me.  You know the parable, the one where three servants were given coins to work with. One, let's call him "God Business Person One" was given five coins to work with - that's the one who made five more. Then there was the "God Business Person Two" who was given two coins and made two more - and then there was me - put in the ground for safe-keeping.
Safe-keeping! There's not much safe about "The God Business" - in wordley terms anyway.