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The Parables of Jesus

The Parables of Jesus

The Prodigal Son, The Mustard Seed, The Sheep and the Goats….Through these and dozens more parables Jesus helped His followers, then and now, to grasp spiritual truths about the Kingdom of God and how Kingdom people should live. In this book, Dr RT Kendall unwraps Jesus’ simple stories one by one and uncovers profound meaning. As readers begin to understand the purpose, promise and paradox of the parables, they will get to know ion a fresh way, the One who told them. Two thousand years ago and today, the parables enliven and enlighten the hearts of all who have ears to hear.

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SKU 9781852405342
Weight 0.50 kg
Price: £13.99 (approx €16.34)
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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Gollum
    This book is a must for anyone wishing to understand the parables.
    RT Kendall gives an excellent insight into the purposes of why Jesus taught his disciples in parables, giving in-depth analysis to each parable, setting it in cultural context and providing modern day applications as well.
  • Author: J Edwards
    Here are the Parables
    Can't put in down. A wonderful exposition of the parables. Fantastic and opened up a new world to me. Just so much more and so much depth not seen before.
  • Author: Unknown
    Like all of RT's books, his insight and exposition of the Scriptures is an enormous blessing and challenge. I highly recommend.
  • Author: nick blackwell
    Bought for my mum she loves these books she reckons this book is fantastic....well worth the money..
  • Author: Yasmin Evans
    Al little disappointed that the Scripture of the parables was not written out and included in the book just the commentaries. But Kendalls comments are great forsight and warmly written
  • Author: Samuel Barber
    A Celebration in heaven when someone is brought to repentance in Christ.
    Although it's 350 pages long and quite an exhaustive read, it's worth persevering with. I like how it interprets the Parable of the Wedding Banquet as representing the fact that there are those who get into the church without being converted. They don't have the proper attire, and they can be off-putting to those who are converted.

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