*Condition Note: Book is gently used and clean with minor cover wear*
Even in todays media-crazed world, we appreciate a well-told story. Among the best-loved stories in Scripture are the parables of Jesus: the sheep and the goats, the lost coin, the wedding feast. Through these and others, Jesus introduced His kingdom a new order in which evil is defeated, brokenness is healed, and love prevails in ways that His followers could understand. These vibrant accounts of daily activities made His kingdom accessible to all who would listen. Using vivid illustrations, David B. Smith retells many of these narratives. With titles such as Buying a Farm from Jed Clampett, Year-End Report of the Ten Mutual Funds, The Girls Who Missed the Wedding, Smith unwraps Jesus simple stories. Woven from the stuff of everyday life, Jesus parables become windows into Gods heart and mind. As we read these stories by Jesus, we discover that Gods people are here to bring healing to the sick, food to the hungry, and hope to the discouraged.
Diary of a Prodigal Father
Buying a Farm From Jed Clampett
Saints to My Right, Sinners to My Left
Bedrock or Jell-O for the Foundation
When to Pull the Weeds
The Lady Who Won a Million Bucks
The Cost of Saving Private Ryan
Can't Afford Your Tuxedo
Year-End Report of the Ten Mutual Funds
A Really High-Paying Temp Job
The Good Guy From the Bad Neighborhood
The Girls Who Missed the Wedding
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