Treasures of the Parables
Many Christians are confused about the need to study the word. They think of it as kind of an option, something to do if you are especially religious. But that is not what it is for at all. It is for those who want to find out what life is all about. It ought to interest anyone, anywhere. That is the character of the Word of God.
Bible Studies on the Parables
Please click the heading above to see the messages in this series.
|What to Do While Waiting||Matt 24:45-51|
|Here Comes the Bridegroom||Matt 25:1-13|
|To Risk or Not to Risk||Matt 25:14-30|
|God and the Unthinking||Luke 15:1-7|
|God and the Neglected||Luke 15:8-10|
|God and the Rebellious||Luke 15:11-24|
|God and the Respectable||Luke 15:25-32|
|Get Smart with Money||Luke 16:1-14|
|The Main Thing||Luke 16:19-31|
|The Cure to Loneliness||Jn 12:20-26|
|Breaking the Resentment Barrier||Matt 18:21-35|
|The Chance to Live||Matt 22:1-14|
The parables are very exciting and challenging portions of Scripture. They are like mystery novels; there is always something secret about them, something hidden; thus they are enticing, challenging. There are clues given in each of the parables to lead us to the meaning of it. This is God's way of stimulating us to investigate and discover a hidden truth which will be a real treasure to us, enriching our lives in fantastic ways when we act upon it. The study of the parables can be as exciting as reading a mystery novel -- even more so -- because you are always involved in the parable and there is a treasure to be found at the end.