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Parables of Jesus     (1993)

The parables are for Christ's people who are willing to sit at the Master's feet and learn. They were in fact Christ's unique and characteristic way of speaking and were designed to divide the hearers. Memorable but often misinterpreted; simple but demanding in their rich truth, Earthly stories with a heavenly, spiritual meaning and purpose. Pastor Olyott's main concern is to present the spiritual lessons found in the Lord's stories.

Parables: Introduction. Luke 10:25-37.   The Sower. Mark 4:1-20.   The Wheat & The Tares. Matthew 13:24-43.   The Mustard Seed & The Leaven. Matthew 13:31-33.   Hidden Treasure: Pearl of Great Price & Dragnet. Matthew 13:44-52.   The Unforgiving Servant. Matthew 18:21-35.   The Workers in The Vineyard. Matthew 20:1-16.   The Two Sons. Matthew 21:23-32.   The Wicked Vinedressers. Matthew 21:33-46.    The Wedding Feast. Matthew 22:1-14.   The Wise & Foolish Virgins. Matthew 25:1-13.   The Parable of The Talents. Matthew 25:14-30.   The Seed Growing Secretly. Mark 4:26-29.   The Good Samaritan. Luke 10:25-37.   The Rich Fool. Luke 12:13-21.   The Barren Fig Tree. Luke 13:1-9.   The Great Supper. Luke 14:7-24.   The Lost Sheep & The Lost Coin. Luke 15:1-10.   The Prodigal Son. Luke 15:11-32.   The Unjust Steward. Luke 16:1-13.   The Persistent Widow. Luke 18:1-8.   The Pharisee & The Tax-collector. Luke 18:9-14.   The Minas. [Pounds]. Luke 19:11-27.   The Two Debtors. Luke 7:36-50.   The Parable of the Sower. Mark 14;1-20.   The Parable of the Tares. Matthew 13;24-30 & 36-43.   The Parable of the Talents. Matthew 24;14-30.   The Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax-Collector. Luke 18;9-14.   The Parable of the unjust steward. Luke 16;1-15.   Parables about the Kingdom of Heaven. Matthew 13;31-35 & 44-46.

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