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Matthew: Parables Sermon Series

In Matthew 12, Jesus is accused of performing miracles not by the power of God but by the power of Satan. From then on, Jesus speaks in parables.

The English word parable comes from the word paraballo: para meaning alongside and ballo meaning to throw. Essentially, parables are truths thrown alongside. A parable has a context and a specific meaning within that context – a truth that points to a bigger truth – and those who are receptive will look for the underlying truth.

Sermon Listing

Sep 29 The Parable of the Sower / Matthew 13:1-23

Brad Bell

In the Parable of the Sower, we are introduced to people in various heart stages. There are people whose hearts are so hard they immediately reject the Word of God, people whose hearts are receptive…

Oct 13 For All Who Believe / Matthew 13:44-58

Brad Bell

Throughout the parables Jesus has been telling, He shows the people who will enter the kingdom of heaven. It’s not about being religious or following the law or being Jewish. It’s for those who…