owed: Luk 7:41, Luk 7:42, Luk 13:4, *marg. Luk 16:5, Luk 16:7
ten thousand: Μυριων [Strong's G3461], ταλαντων [Strong's G5007], a myriad of talents, the highest number known in Greek arithmetical notation. According to Prideaux, the Roman talent was equal to 216£; ten thousand of which would amount to 2,160,000£. If the Jewish talent of silver be designed, which is estimated by the same learned writer at 450£, this sum amounts to 4,500,000£; but if the gold talent is meant, which is equal to 7,200£, then the amount is 72,000,000£. This immense sum represents our boundless obligations to God, and our utter incapacity, as sinners infinitely indebted to Divine justice, of paying one mite out of the talent. 1Ch 29:7, Ezr 9:6, Psa 38:4, Psa 40:12, Psa 130:3, Psa 130:4
talents: "A talent is 750 ounces of silver, which after five shillings the ounce is 187£. 10s."
Reciprocal: Gen 44:10 - he with whom Est 3:9 - ten thousand Mat 25:15 - talents Mat 25:19 - reckoneth Luk 16:1 - a certain