Summary: The historical development of the church of God would be one of humble beginnings. However, this parable contains more than this important truth. Hidden within it is a warning about the perversion of the church's method of growth and of satanic attacks up
Summary: As individuals and as a church where do we stand when it comes to being the leaven? Are we pursuing to build a strong communion with Jesus Christ or being lured by the leaven of legalism, liberalism and materialism?
Summary: If you are feeling too small to be effective for the kingdom, then the words of Jesus Christ in these two parables will have you convinced that you can begin walking in confidence, knowing that you are useful to the Lord.
Summary: This parable expresses the small beginnings of the kingdom of God and the large increase and growth of it. The kingdom grows believer by believer. And now, He describes what it is like. “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed that a man planted in
Summary: Jesus, during one day of preaching used six different parables describing what Heaven was like. This sermon examines the parable of the leaven and how it relates to our mission as followers of Christ.
Summary: Whether you are building your personal Christian faith, starting a family, planting a local church, beginning worthwhile projects, or planning businesses; the parable of Jesus about the mustard seed is a very relevant message that can encourage you
Summary: Many seem to have a problem with this parable? The trouble is that whenever yeast is used figuratively in the Bible it is usually speaking about "the bad guys" and the influence of sin, hyprocrisy, or their false teaching, (1 Corinthians 5:6-8, Galatians
Summary: We come full circle with the parables of Jesus. As we close this series, we are reminded the God’s Kingdom work starts small and seemingly insignificant but through God’s work becomes greater than we can imagine.
Summary: Sometimes we feel like we’re outnumbered by people who don’t believe in Jesus. There are times when we’re the only ones who want to do the right thing. But Jesus tells us that his kingdom may look small but in fact it will grow to be like a mighty tree th