Hi at Matthew 25:14-30 it tells the story of the three servants, this is an interesting parable because it expresses that God understands his people and know how to test the worth of the kingdom inside their hearts. At the Second Coming of Christ the Great Tribulation will provide the information that allows God to decide the heart condition of all people everywhere. I have already decided not to go into lengthy explanation because the parable clearly tells a story. However, I will put down three passages that should help guide your own study of the parable.
(1. 1 Peter 4:17
17 For the time has come for judgment, and it must begin first among God’s own children. And if even we who are Christians must be judged, what terrible fate awaits those who have never believed in the Lord?
(2. 1 Peter 2:12
12 People who don’t believe are living all around you. They may say that you are doing wrong. So live such good lives that they will see the good you do, and they will give glory to God on the day he comes.
(3. Matthew 13:18-23
18 “Now here is the explanation of the story I told about the farmer planting grain: 19 The hard path where some of the seeds fell represents the heart of a person who hears the Good News about the Kingdom and doesn’t understand it; then Satan comes and snatches away the seeds from his heart. 20 The shallow, rocky soil represents the heart of a man who hears the message and receives it with real joy, 21 but he doesn’t have much depth in his life, and the seeds don’t root very deeply, and after a while when trouble comes, or persecution begins because of his beliefs, his enthusiasm fades, and he drops out. 22 The ground covered with thistles represents a man who hears the message, but the cares of this life and his longing for money choke out God’s Word, and he does less and less for God. 23 The good ground represents the heart of a man who listens to the message and understands it and goes out and brings thirty, sixty, or even a hundred others into the Kingdom.”