1. He cuts into our darkness with words that work like a knife. They awaken us from our routine to a sliver of light. Jesus reigns and He will return.
  2. He cuts into our darkness with words that work like a knife. They awaken us from our routine to a sliver of light. Jesus reigns and He will return.
  3. In this context where death looms large, Jesus reveals a kingdom where life looms even larger.
  4. The tragedy of this parable is not the failure to serve. It is the failure to truly know your Savior.
  5. The parable is harsh. It judges. If you do not believe, you will not be saved. But let us pause for a moment and think about why Jesus is telling the parable.
  6. Jesus breaks through our barriers in His beatitudes. He shatters our conceptions of the blessed life and opens the Kingdom of God to all people.
  7. Jesus invites us to practice a faith that is bold. He invites us to trust in Him, without calculations.
  8. Imagine a world where love is given to the least. That is what Jesus is inviting His disciples to do in His parable this morning.
  9. In this parable, notice how Jesus invites us to consider that forgiveness is something more than a moment. It is a way of grace that extends throughout an entire kingdom.
  10. Sunday after Sunday, God’s people appear to have it all together… which makes you wonder why Jesus even continues to come. After all, everything is great among God’s people here.
  11. These parables invite us to consider the mysterious way of the reign of God. The Kingdom of God comes by grace to those who are seeking and not seeking it.
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