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The Kingdom of God | Lesson Six

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The Kingdom of God | Lesson Six

In this sixth lesson on operating in GOD’S Kingdom we move to the Epistle of James. Although written 2000 years ago James message seems to be even more relevant for believers today than then. Join us as we are given greater insight concerning correct living in the Kingdom of GOD.

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Parables of Jesus: Lesson Eleven

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Parables of Jesus: Lesson Eleven

 This parable points to the question: what will one do with what one has been given?

The “Parable of One, Two, and Five Talents” is a story of what Christ expects from one given a talent by the Master. Our work is very important to the one who gave us life. We all do not have the same number of talents at our disposal.

As with most things in the Kingdom of GOD, it is not the large number which is deemed ultimately important as much as the character of that which is accomplished. In seventeen verses Jesus covers the subjects of: 

“The Time of His Return, the Reckoning of Each Servants Account, and the Fatal Flaw of Fear” holding one back from investing their talent. 

Romans 4:4  “Now to him that worketh is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt”.

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Parables of Jesus: Lesson Two

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Parables of Jesus: Lesson Two

PARABLE OF WHEAT AND TARES

To understand the meaning of the parables of Jesus is to have a clear picture of GOD’S plan for his kingdom. Jesus taught eight parables that deal strictly with “The Kingdom of GOD”.  This parable of the wheat and tares is the second parable Jesus teaches explaining the Kingdom of GOD. In this parable we are introduced to an enemy of the kingdom as well as the bad seed this enemy tries to sow. The outcome of the good seed and bad seed having been sown is referred to as wheat and tares. Jesus uses the harvesting of these two plants to warn us there is a devil and a place of punishment.

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