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Mountain Home, AR
May 4-6, 2018
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August 2-3, 2018
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August 10-12, 2018
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Category Archives: Parables
by Keith Sharp | Parables of the Master | Matthew 25:31-46 In Matthew 25:1-30 the Master taught two parables, the Ten Virgins (verses 1-13) and the Talents (verses 14-30), to teach His disciples to be ready for His return. Now, two days … Continue reading
by Keith Sharp | The Parables of the Master | Matthew 24:14-30 The word “For,” with which this parable begins, connects it to the preceding story, the Parable of the Ten Virgins. That parable teaches us to keep watching to be ready … Continue reading
Keith Sharp | Luke 16:19-31 We are studying the story of The Rich Man and Lazarus among the parables, but it is certainly unique as a parable. The Master does not provide a name for any of the characters in His … Continue reading
Keith Sharp | Matthew 25:1-13 The Lord taught the last three parables Matthew records to His disciples alone (Matthew 24:1) on Tuesday before He was crucified that Thursday (Matthew 26:1-2). As the Lord’s last few days upon earth passed in turmoil and … Continue reading
Keith Sharp | Matthew 21:33-43; Mark 12:1-12; Luke 20:9-19 The Master had just led the Jewish leaders to publicly condemn themselves (Matthew 21:28-32). As if that were not enough, the Master then taught the most infuriating parable of all, openly leading the … Continue reading
Keith Sharp | Matthew 22:1-14 Differences from “The Great Supper” This parable is strikingly similar to the Parable of the Great Supper, but there are important differences. Jesus taught the former earlier in His ministry when he was attending a supper … Continue reading
Keith Sharp | Luke 14:15-24 Background Among the Jews of the first century, “It was a common belief, that in the day of Messiah redeemed Israel would be gathered to a great feast, together with the patriarchs and heroes of the Jewish … Continue reading
Keith Sharp | Luke 14:7-11 As the Lord was eating in the home of a ruler who was a Pharisee (Luke 14:1-6), He observed them, noticing the maneuvering each employed to obtain the petty honor of a better place at the table … Continue reading
Keith Sharp | Luke 13:1-9 As Jesus was teaching through Galilee for the last time, some told him about a group of Galileans who had gone to the Temple in Jerusalem to offer sacrifices and had been attacked by the Roman troops … Continue reading