While Jesus continued enjoying a dinner with new disciples who were previously professional sinners, he gave them a controversial parable about a shrewd manager who betrayed his employer in favor of his customers by remitting some of their debts. What makes it controversial is the unusual manner in which Jesus draws an application. After hearing the parable, we expect Jesus to shake his finger and say, "Don't be like the unjust steward." But instead, he tells us to be just like the unjust steward in regards to the wealth of this world and our future in the Kingdom of God.
April 29, 2017
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|Reviewing The Parable Of The Lost Sheep.||Luke 15:1-7||Matthew 18:11-14|
|Reviewing The Parable Of The Lost Coin.||Luke 15:8-10|
|Reviewing The Parable Of The Lost Sons.||Luke 15:11-32|
|The Parable Of The Unjust Steward.||Luke 16:1-8|
|Jesus Explains The Personal Application Of The Parable.||Luke 16:9-13||Luke 14:26-27 Matthew 6:19-21 Matthew 16:25-27|