A Promise of What Is to Come

Speaking in Parables[18]

It may be surprising to many Christians that the use of parables was not unique to Jesus but was rather a Jewish literary art form that had been developed over centuries. Viewers will learn in episode eighteen that Jesus used parables not as riddles but stories to help clarify his points. Jesus’ parables attempted to make it easier for his listeners to grasp his words. Like the other rabbis of his day, Messiah used parables to serve as simple explanations and illustrations to help us understand his message about the kingdom.

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A Promise of What Is to Come[26 Videos]


  • A Promise of What Is to Come
  • Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels
  • Learning from Levertoff
  • Sabbath Table Melodies
  • The Didache
  • The Life of Levertoff
  • The Sabbath Table