Parable [par-a-bal] Noun : a simple story or poem used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson.
Inspired by Matthew 13:13, Christian Parables is a fun, fictional, friendly way to learn and teach the Bible. It’s where imagination and reality come together to animate even bigger, Bible-based, messages! Our original short stories host "happy endings" for kingdom-seekers off its pages, by blending its words with The Word until the main character is God’s Will (Matthew 6:10).
Sunny comes from out of town to visit his father (John 1:29) (Matthew 5:17), only to discover his pop surrounded by police, businessmen, and lawyers (Ephesians 6:12).
"What’s going on?” Junior demands. "They're taking my home." His father says reluctantly (John 10:10). "Give ME the debt!” The son yells toward the just-business environment (Isaiah 53:3).
The nosy crowd is astonished, including the father.
"But," the bankers replies, "this is not your problem! (John 18:35)”
The son stands his ground until the banker finally gives in (Luke 22:42). And, with the bill now in junior's name, the son simply reaches in his pocket and pays it off, cash (Isaiah 53:10). And immediately after, many witness the banker and the son wink at each other. To this day, spectators wonder, "Did the banker secretly arrange for this well-timed rescue?" (I John 1:21) (Psalms 22:30)
EXAMPLE: THE PARABLE OF COUPLES THERAPY (POETRY) The importance of Bible study
After mathless years of mixing wrath with tears and wedding rings, none of his tactics cleared the atmosphere (Proverbs 29:18). And everything that’s happened here is obvious. I sit here as their psychologist reluctant to acknowledge this scene: A narcissistic groom, it seems (Proverbs 16:18), their heart logistics doomed (Luke 14:11) if we can’t quickly earn some apologies (Mark 1:15) As their exes cheer against them (John 10:10), and their kid’s the clearest victim (I John 3:16), let us learn from analogies (Matthew 13:13) (www.ChristianParables.com)
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