Two Wicked Sons and a Forgiving Father
Two Wicked Sons and a Forgiving Father
Luke 15: 11-32
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Sunday Morning Service,  May 29, 2016

This message seeks to explain the third part of a parable that Jesus gave concerning God's joy in the recovery of lost sinners. It deals with both the prodigal son who went into a far country and his hypocritical brother who stayed at home. Both were equally sinners and in need of recovery. The emphasis is on the generous forgiveness of the father rather than the sinfulness of the brothers.

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When You're Filled with Fear
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Mark Two: Biblical Theology
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