Why Did Jesus Use Parables?

Why Did Jesus Use Parables?

Parable of lost sheep

Parable of lost sheep In the Bible story found in Luke, it is said the 99 do not need to repent, but aren’t ...

Opening the Word: Generosity of God

Opening the Word: Generosity of God The parable of the workers shows Jesus will reward all of mankind for having a ...

Opening the Word: Parable of paradox

Opening the Word: Parable of paradox Not a greeting card message, Jesus’ parables are meant to ‘confront the comfortable,’ ...

Opening the Word: ‘A parable about God’

Opening the Word: ‘A parable about God’ Jesus draws upon the natural world to reveal the kingdom of God and its ‘new creation’

A prodigal’s postcard

A prodigal’s postcard Going home isn’t always easy, but when we are grateful for our blessings, the trip is ...

Luke’s Special Parables

Luke’s Special Parables A view of the Kingdom

Opening the Word: Simon Peter, the rock

Opening the Word: Simon Peter, the rock As a result of his great faith, Peter received a new name and became a shepherd of the ...

The rich man's poverty

The rich man's poverty Jesus doesn't call us to sell all of our stuff, but he does ask us to care for those ...

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