The Servant Who Tricked His Master

Jesus tells a story about a dishonest estate manager who gets himself fired. Yet his quick thinking saves his life, his reputation, and honors the wealthy landowner in one bold move. What did the manager do and how does it become an example for us?

The Prodigal Son and His Prodigal Father - Part 3

The Prodigal Son and His Prodigal Father 3

It is hard to believe the story of the prodigal son and his prodigal father was told almost 2000 years ago. It remains with us to this day, and it has spread to the ends of the earth.

The Prodigal Son and His Prodigal Father - Part 2

The Prodigal Son and his Prodigal Father 2

Jesus and his disciples were having dinner with their new friends – tax collectors and other notorious sinners with whom religious people would not want to associate.

The Prodigal Son and His Prodigal Father - Part 1

The Prodigal Son and His Prodigal Father 1

Jesus was having dinner with his disciples, and at the dinner special guests reclined with him in a festive atmosphere. Were the special guests, political leaders? No. Were they religious leaders? Not on this occasion.



Jesus is hosting a meal for sinners and tax collectors. The Pharisees grumble about this and Jesus replies with two famous stories about valuable commodities that were lost and found.

Excuses, Lies and Insults

Jesus is at lunch with Pharisees on the Sabbath. They are not happy that he heals a man. This leads to a discussion about the great banquet of God, a story about excuses, and who will be in the kingdom and who will be excluded.

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