Contributed by Steven Chapman on Jun 23, 2015
This message speaks of the son of interest to Jesus in his most well-known story - not on the prodigal who left home, but the prodigal who stayed home. Of particular interest is the difference in this son's response and the Fathers to the other.
The Prodigal Who Stayed Home
Luke 15:1, 2, and 25-32
"Tax collectors and other notorious sinners often came to listen to Jesus teach. This made the Pharisees and teachers of religious law complain that he was associating with such despicable people - even eating with them!"
These two verses