Tag Archives: Parable of the Prodigal Son

He won’t let you fail

I want to talk about a new Cory Asbury song today. First, because it’s called “The Father’s House” so it belongs on this blog! Any song about the Father’s love is an anthem for everything I want communicate to the … Continue reading

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It’s about life with Father

I believe we’ve been mislabeling the parable about the father and his two sons for centuries (See Luke 15:11-32). Our Bibles usually call it the parable of the lost son (or the prodigal son). Of course, these titles in our … Continue reading

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Grace in the balance between the prodigal and elder brother response

How we see our life in Christ will very much determine how we respond to this fresh wind of grace we’re seeing in the body of Christ today. And I think Jesus’ parable in Luke 15:11-32 can help us here. First, it’s quite telling … Continue reading

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When the Father’s love touches our orphan heart

When the Father touches our heart everything changes. We will never be the same. We will never look at people the same. We will never relate to God the same. We will never read the Bible the same. We will never … Continue reading

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