Thanks Chris for the response. So, the -os (singular) is ONLY ONE, correct? So, the ONE is "A" servant within this context of the parable, which would mean "anyone", ie "A SERVANT", and NOT a "GROUP" of men, right? I'm sure that in the BIG PICTURE, eg. the whole world of Mankind, the "Servant", although singular in the parable, would mean "EACH" (singular) person that IS a servant of the Master, right? THE PERSON that is "A" servant is responsible for feeding the slaves of the Master. Let's consider this... Is there ONE SINGLE PERSON on the planet that will be feeding and taking care of the billions of people on the planet? No, there is NO way possible that this can be done, so Jesus, in the parable was referring to EACH individual (singular -os), "A" Servant of the Master, correct? The responsible Servant that carries out the Masters will. Which is any ONE that serves the Master, right?
This IS NOT referring to a GROUP of men that the Master will put in charge in the last days, but refers to a SERVANT of the Master obeying the Masters request and following through with that responsibility UNTIL the Master returns, right?
Hopefully I'm making sense. :-) Please clarify.