Parables Of Jesus
Judging by the way Jesus interpreted His own parables, every detail is included for a reason and points to spiritual truths vital for us to understand. We would do well to pay attention to the message each one brings us. As Jesus Himself said, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear,” Mk.4:9.
Parable of the Talents
The common wisdom states that we shouldn't bury our talents, giftings or abilities in the ground. But then the talents Jesus is referring to were an extremely valuable unit of money, literally the Master's possessions. Once you understand the meaning of the talents, this parable will explode to life with meaning and relevance
Wheat and the Tares
Tares look like wheat on the outside, but on the inside are poisonous and no good for anything. Satan is actively trying to infiltrate the church with his tares. When Jesus returns He's going to separate the two; on that day will you be classed as wheat, or will He class you as a tare?
◀ 1 2 ▶
Audio Categories
New Book
The Gospel of the Kingdom
"This Gospel of the Kingdom shall be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all the nations, and then the end will come," Matthew 24:14
What is the Spirit saying to the church today?
What is the Sign of the Son of Man written about in Matt.24:30?
What will happen at the Judgement Seat of Christ?
A Word for our Times
About Us | Contact Us
Master Login