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Publication Date: 2010
Parables of Jesus discussion and study questions:
Jesus used parables to explain truths about God's Kingdom. These stories bring us wisdom, comfort, and instruction.
R26;Read panels 1, 11-13 on Interpretation of Parables to understand the basics of parables and how Jesus used them.
R26;Using the suggestions on panel 12, study these parables to get started-
R26;The Pharisee and the Tax Collector - #38. Read from Luke 18:19-14
R26;The Good Samaritan - #23. Read from Luke 10:30-37
R26;The Rich Fool - #25. Read from Luke 12:16-21
R26;Using the steps on panel 13, go deeper with each of these parables. You may want to use a study Bible or a commentary to find out the cultural and historical background.
R26;Now that you have studied these three parables, read through the remaining 36 parables and choose three more to study. How are they similar? How different?
R26;Continue through the rest of the parables. Identify the main points.
R26;What is the most important characteristic of God you identified in each of these parables?
R26;Knowing this about God and his kingdom, how should people live and make their decisions? Pick one area in your life that you would handle differently as a result of this insight.
R26;What specifically will you do this week?