Grid of Posts - Column View

Has ad legere convenire, verear aliquam epicurei mei te. Pri eu velit putant, illud abhorreant mei cu. Iuvaret fabellas ut pri, graeco inimicus pro ei, eu vidit consectetuer vix.

THE PRODIGAL SON

March 30, 2020

Luke 15:11-32 Pastor Bob Oliver New Covenant Church of Philadelphia The central figure of this parable is the younger son who places a demand upon his father for his inheritance. Yet the message of this parable reflects the heart of God towards those who are despised and looked down upon…

Read More

THE PRODIGAL SON

March 28, 2020

Luke 15:11-32 Jesus went on to say, “There was once a man who had two sons. The younger one said to him, ‘Father, give me my share of the property now.’ So the man divided his property between his two sons. After a few days the younger son sold his…

Read More

THE SOWER

March 27, 2020

Matthew 13:1-23 Rev. Dr. Marsha Brown Woodard Palmer Theological Seminary – Saint Davids, Pennsylvania Parables are such fun because each time you read them you get fresh insights. Depending on where you place yourself in the parable you see something different. Reading as the sower is different from reading as…

Read More

THE SOWER

March 26, 2020

Matthew 13:1-23 Rev. Dr. Quintin L. Robertson First Baptist Church of Philadelphia I have heard many sermons preached on the parable of the sower. Each time the emphasis was on the soil. It has been said that the parable could be entitled the parable of the soils. But it is…

Read More

THE SOWER

March 25, 2020

Matthew 13:1-23 Pastor J. Dykeman Brown Triumphant Faith International Worship Center Jesus the master teacher uses the parabolic method to explain to his hearers and us the life principles of the Kingdom. A parable is simply an earthly illustration with a heavenly meaning. In this illustration, Jesus uses the techniques…

Read More

THE SOWER MATTHEW 13:1-23

March 24, 2020

That same day Jesus left the house and went to the lakeside, where he sat down to teach. The crowd that gathered around him was so large that he got into a boat and sat in it, while the crowd stood on the shore. He used parables to tell them…

Read More