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What, then, do the parables teach? Church fathers such as Irenaeus and Augustine identified the treasure and the Pearl with Christ. The recent convert to Christianity says exactly the same thing: "I found Christ." Yes, it seems like we did find Christ.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 7/28/2011
Where do you find your "self-worth"? Is it in God, or in yourself? The Pharisees looked for their importance in themselves and ended up robbing God of His glory to gain their own. How can avoid the traps that ensnared these highly religious leaders?
Scripture: Matthew 23:1-23:12
Shared: 12/2/2013
This is a look at Proverbs chapter fifteen.
Denomination: *Other
Shared: 3/13/2012
A look at Proverbs chapter 13.
Denomination: *Other
Shared: 2/29/2012
This is a look at Proverbs chapter twelve.
Denomination: *Other
Shared: 2/22/2012
The church is God’s Pearl of Great Price. How the pearl was WROUGHT, how it was SOUGHT, and how it was BOUGHT. Link included to formatted text for entire series, audio, and PowerPoint Template.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 1/24/2007
The tremedous benefits of Psalm 103
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 103:1-103:5
Shared: 8/25/2002
Jesus used the metaphors of treasure and a pearl to indicate the value of the Kingdom and lifestyle that He came to implement. If the Kingdom is everything that he said it was, we should not stop until we know what it is and how we can find it.
Shared: 5/6/2002
IS THIS FOR YOU He had it all, at least on the surface. He had good business, a fine family, status in the community, he had everything it would appear, but not quite enough. Some men craved after gold or silver or jewels not this man those things were a
Series: Parables
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 2/12/2003
Mother of pearl is a message about turning the grit of life into something beautiful, using the creation of a pearl as an illustration.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 4:17
Shared: 3/20/2002