The Parable of the Goodman
The Parable of the Goodman
Matthew 24:43, 44
Speaker's Picture
Sunday School,  September 17, 2017

The Parable of the Goodman is more of a parabolic statement that illustrates the seriousness of being ready when Christ returns. The Goodman is a homeowner who apparently was robbed by a thief. If he would have been prepared for the thief's coming, he could have averted the consequences. One area that has been emphasized in the series on the parables is teaching on the Kingdom. The various aspects of the kingdom will be briefed in this session.

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