Parables

013 The Parables of the Lord 4

In this, our fourth installment of the Parables of the Lord we are going explain or further explain five amazing parables. We are also going to show you how tightly intertwined they are.  These parables give a clear contrast between the righteous and the wicked and identify without a doubt exactly who the wicked and the righteous are.

You will learn who has the living water and provides it to the sheep; what it means to be anointed, and who has the oil; who has a firm foundation and who is using untempered mortar; who is wearing a righteous garment and who are the wolves in sheep’s clothing; what it means to be a good shepherd and how to identify the wicked ones.

God said, “Then (the Day of the Lord) shall you return, and discern between the righteous and the wicked, between him that serves God and him that serves him not.”

Malachi 3:18

LET US KNOW IF YOU CAN SEE WHAT WE ARE SAYING…

Parables covered in this PodCast are:
The Wise and Foolish Builders Part 2
The Wedding Feast and Garment Part 2
The Ten Virgins
The Good Samaritan Part 5
The Good Shepherd

012 The Parables of the Lord 3

Parables in scripture both conceal and reveal the knowledge and wisdom of God. In Matthew, chapter thirteen, Jesus said he speaks in parables because it is not given to the multitudes to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven and he spoke not lest he spoke in parables. There are hidden meanings in the parables of Jesus that he only explained to his apostles, but in the Bible he did not explain them all.

In this PodCast we will again be revealing some of those hidden mysteries and looking at his parables in ways you may not have considered.

Parables covered in this PodCast are:
The Talents
The Three Measures of meal
The Wedding Feast and Garment
The Good Samaritan Part 4
The Wise and Foolish Builders

010 The Parables of the Lord 2

Parables are a way of making complex topics easier to understand, but did you know that Jesus also used parables as a cloak. There are hidden meanings in his parables that he only explained to his apostles, but in the Bible he did not explain them all.

In this PodCast we will be revealing some of those hidden mysteries and looking at his parables in ways you may not have considered.

Parables covered in this PodCast are:

The Sower
The Sheep and the Goats
The Wicked Husbandmen Part 2
The Fig Tree
The Good Samaritan Part 2

009 The Parables of the Lord 1

Parables are a way of making complex topics easier to understand, but did you know that Jesus also used parables as a cloak. There are hidden meanings in his parables that he only explained to his apostles, but in the Bible he did not explain them all.

In this PodCast we will be revealing some of those hidden mysteries and looking at his parables in ways you may not have considered.

Parables covered in this PodCast are:
The Good Samaritan
The Wheat and the Tares
The Wicked Tenants (Husbandmen)
The Wedding Feast

A Momentous Occasion – 400-Year Anniversary

It is indeed a momentous occasion for America. Four hundred years ago, on November 11, 1620, the Pilgrims came ashore on land. That is now in Provincetown on Cape Cod. The Pilgrims’ story is a central theme in the history and culture of the United States of America. The Pilgrim Fathers were that band of Puritans who founded the colony of Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620.

A pilgrim is defined a person who journeys a long distance to some sacred place as an act of devotion. They were escaping religious persecution and going to the Promised Land.

The Pilgrims Landing

“PROVINCETOWN – The year 1620 is etched in the annals of world history. It is the year a group of English settlers known as the Pilgrims seeking religious freedom boarded their ship, Mayflower. They braved a hazardous trip across the Atlantic Ocean to establish a new home.”

Plymouth Rock etched with the year 1620
Plymouth Rock – 1620

Seeing this date etched in Plymouth Rock is like seeing the writing on the Wall. “Mene, mene, teckel, upharsin” in the time of Daniel spelled the end for the Babylonian king and the end of the Babylonian captivity. It marks an especially important date for the people of God.

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