Jesus was preaching to the people and he told them, "If one of your siblings does something wrong, go and point out their fault. If they don't listen to you, keep trying and if in the end they never do listen, treat them as you would treat a tax collector. For where two or three gather in my name I am there with them."
Peter was confused about what Jesus was saying so he went up to him and asked him, "So how many times are we suppose to forgive our brothers and sisters? Up to seven times?", "Not seven but seventy-seven," Jesus responded, "The kingdom of God is like a king trying to settle accounts with his servants..."
"When the king began the settlement in came a man that owed one thousand bags of gold. Because wasn't able to pay his debt, the king decided that he, his family, and all he owned would be sold to pay his debt."
"The servant cried and fell to his knees saying, "Please master be patient, I promise I'll pay for everything!". The king took pity on the man, so he canceled the debt and let the servant go."
"As the servant was walking out he found one of his fellow servant who owed him 100 silver coins and started choking him, yelling, "Pay what you owe me!". The fellow servant fell on his knees and cried, "Please be patient with me!".
"The servant refused to give his fellow servant time and decided to have him thrown in prison for not paying his debt. Other servants saw this happening and decided to tell the king."