Why Jesus spoke in parables, and a look at the Parable of the Sower
THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM
Series: Pursuing Meaning
Most of us remember Aesop’s Fables...
--The wolf in sheep’s clothing teaches us that appearances can be deceiving.
-The town mouse and country mouse teach us that it’s better to eat beans and bacon in safety than cakes and ale in fear.
Commitment, Bearing Fruit, Sowing, Receptivity, Parable Sower And Seed
A short talk for our Church harvest festival attended my many people including a family celebrating a baptism.
What have I got here?
Yes, that’s right, a packet of sweet pea seeds – a Father’s Day gift from Rebekah.
Don’t they look fantastic! The packet says, ‘An amazingly diverse mixture of colours and markings including bi-coloured, marbled and flaked blooms. Perfect for cut flowers or training up
Seed, Soil, Receptivity, Parable Sower And Seed
In this sermon, we work through the first chapter and learn the characteristics that made the church of the Thessalonians a model church.
A. No doubt you have heard a preacher say, “If you ever find the perfect church, please don’t join it. If you do, it won’t be perfect anymore!” Right?
B. I came across a poem based on that statement. It goes like this:
“If you should find the
1 Thessalonians 1:1-10
Evangelism, Service, Discipleship, Faithfulness, Receptivity, Evangelism How To
Christian/Church Of Christ