Lost and Found
Lost and Found
Luke 15:1-32
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Sunday Morning Service,  July 19, 2009

In this chapter containing what is perhaps Jesus’ most famous parable, there are actually three parables Jesus uses to teach how one ought to respond when those who were lost are found: the lost and found sheep, coin, and son. Together they exhort our attitude toward certain lost sinners whom God seeks and saves for His glory.

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Mark Four: A Biblical Understanding of Conversion
Mark Two: Biblical Theology
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