In this session, Jesus spends an evening with people who are publicly known for their sin. When the religious leaders murmur against him for the quality of his company, Jesus responds with three parables that have become known as "The Lost And Found Parables" of Luke 15 which are the "Parable of the Lost Sheep", the "Parable of the Lost Coin" and the "Parable of the Lost Son" also known as the "Parable of the Prodigal Son". In these three short parables, Jesus identifies three types of lost souls who need finding. The last of the three parables has a surprise for the Pharisees as they have been included in the parable as well.
April 15, 2017
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|Reviewing The Parable Of The Great Supper.||Luke 14:15-24|
|Reviewing The Demands Of Discipleship.||Luke 14:25-35||2nd Corinthians 6:4-10|
|The Parable Of The Lost Sheep.||Luke 15:1-7||Matthew 18:11-14|
|The Parable Of The Lost Coin.||Luke 15:8-10|
|The Parable Of The Lost Son (a.k.a. The Prodigal Son).||Luke 15:11-32|