In Part Two of the Parable of The Tenant Farmers, Gideon Levytam continues to recount the charges that Jesus had against the religious leaders of His day, who, instead of being faithful and leading Israel to accept Him as their promised Messiah, rejected Him, and His offer of Salvation. Thereby, rejecting the Son of God who had come to this earth, to die for sin, in order to provide redemption for Israel and the whole world.

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