Throwback Thursday: “Will You Respect My Son?”

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Silhouettes of Three Crosses

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On this Good Friday, we come at this holy time in Holy Week to remember. Some may find the name of this day a bit odd: Good Friday? How can a day that’s so bad in the killing of an innocent man on a cross be so good?

While the process was not good in our eyes, the end result was!

Turn with me to Matthew 21:33-46 (take time to read through this now). This passage is known as the Parable of the Tenants. Jesus used these parables during his earthly ministry as he spoke with unbelievers to both instruct and to conceal.

This parable begins with a master of the house who planted a vineyard, put a fence around it, dug a winepress in it and built a tower and leased it to tenants. After this was accomplished, he left to another country. If you read through Isaiah 5:1-2, you will …read more

Source:: Gospelgripped


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