Luke 12-13: Priorities, Delayed Fruit Bearing, Little Flock, Prophecy, and the Narrow Way





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Published on Jul 19, 2014

This is the fifth of a multi-part sermon series by Dr. Thiel covering the Gospel account credited to Luke. This sermon covers chapters 12 through 13. Dr.Thiel discusses hypocritical religious leader, that souls can die, standing for Jesus, persecution, the parable of 'the rich fool,' Christian priorities, the 'little flock,' treasure, being ready, watching prophecy, explains that to whom much is given much is required, Jesus' plan was divisive not ecumenical, discerning the signs of the time, that God has some patience for those who have not born fruit yet, Sabbath hypocrisy, parable of the mustard seed, the kingdom of God, the narrow way, and those unwilling to listen.

Additional information about Jesus is discussed in the article titled "Jesus: The Son of God and Saviour." URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/jesus.htm

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