The Lost Son
The Lost Son
Luke 15:11-32
Speaker's Picture
Sunday School,  July 2, 2017

This parable has been call "the crown and pearl of all parables." Charles Dickens described it as "the finest story ever written." But the question remains, why did Jesus share this parable? In this heart-warming story we will see not only the compassion, mercy and grace of the Father but also a sharp rebuke for the Pharisees due to their arrogant attitude of superiority towards the sinner.

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The Parable of the Pounds
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