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Luke 15:11-32 "The Parable of the Lost Son" paints for us a picture of the character of God!
As we begin our journey into this 1st century story told by Jesus, we must burn all the misconceptions in our head from years of bad teaching. This story was not told to endear us to the nature of a graceful God, but was told to shock and shame his listeners. This story is about the kind of grace that upsets our sensibilities. We begin by looking at the younger son.
Jesus seeks the lost
The Father longs to be with you. His grace – his generosity – knows no limits. He sent his son to bear all your insults and humiliation and he still wants you with him. But you have to choose to become the son or daughter he meant you to be.
The parable of the prodigal son is neither a story about the prodigal nor his older brother. Rather, we see a parable of God's unconditional love through Christ for both of his sons, regardless of their righteous actions or their sins.
No one who wants to get to Jesus is left without a sign; and like the Magi, when we finally get to see Jesus even the worst and most lost of us fall to our knees in worship.
Listen as Pastor Steve walks through the story of the Prodigal Son and see how peace is exemplified.
Sermon on Luke 15:20-32 by Pastor Dan Hendley
Sermon on Luke 15:11-32 by Pastor Dan Hendley.