The first one (maybe the first one ANYWHERE) is the one that God Himself summarized, "It is not good for the man to be alone ..." here proven by the fact that you're a lot less-likely to survive an attack if you're the only resistance-ist ... resisting.
The second one that comes to mind--actually IN THAT VEIN--is the parable about the man who hired many workers (some early, to work all day; some late, to work an hour or even less) and -who then paid them each exactly the same amount---here projected by the fact that you get the same reward for a victory whether you come in first or come in just as the other resistance-ists are finising their victory.
(I might 'report a bug' there, because I came in on the end of a battle and now my 'The Aetherlight'-window is stuck on the "VICTORY"-screen.)
Too bad that only translates to real life in the terms of "you get as much Grace-of-God as the man who was saved decades/generations/centuries/ages before you were"---that--if any employer today paid daily with no regard to 'how many hours you worked that day'--he would soon be a very-poor man (most likely).
The last one I see so far is ... that the greatest gift is CHARITY (I know ... lots of 'Protestant' and/or 'New Age' Bibles call it 'Love'; but) ... well, that's the only way I'm getting the CODE TO GET INTO LUKAS'S WORKSHOP (pleeeeeeeeeeeez?)
Do you see any 'extra Bible-lessons'?