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This was a way of telling them to be careful how they handled spiritual truth about the Kingdom. Those listening thought they had certain knowledge—as part of the chosen people they thought they had an inside track—yet it was incomplete. It was possible for them to receive more —more understanding of these matters that would broaden their limited knowledge.
But it was also possible they would not hear. Hence the reason to speak in parables. Not everyone was going to understand His message. Here is the point: God was not calling all to understand the gospel of the Kingdom then, nor is He today. Jesus would later explain that only God the Father can call a person to understand the truth of that Kingdom John John No man can come to me, except the Father which has sent me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day. This is the only way you can understand what Jesus is saying here.
He hid the full message in parables—illustrative stories with lessons—knowing that only a few would understand and heed the calling. Even today this is not well understood. Well-meaning and sincere efforts are made to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God. Yet look around. Religions are divided. Religious messages are mixed.
Glory Veiled and Unveiled: A Heart-searching Look at Christ's Parables
The conditions of the Kingdom of God are not yet on this earth. Could it be that what Christ said about hearing and understanding His message is true? Teaching in parables was intended to not only hide the message, but came as a result of the spiritual condition of the nations. Then said I, Here am I; send me. This is a profound passage. The message from God cannot get through. Even Jesus, as God in the flesh, could not reach many of the people. God, then, deliberately cloaks His message in parables until the time is ready for the veil to be lifted. If God is calling you, this same priceless understanding can be yours.
You can have the healing that comes from a true knowledge and understanding of the coming Kingdom of God to earth and submitting to the King of that Kingdom now. This chapter, Matthew 13, contains specific parables that teach us many aspects about the Kingdom of God. When we understand these parables, no longer is it a secret or a mystery!
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Where do you begin? By becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ! A disciple is a lifelong spiritual student, always learning but never in this life having arrived at the final goal, which is to become like the Teacher in every way. But have they read you? In this spiritually rewarding Bible study, the author shows students of Scripture how to read the parables in a way that takes into account the truth that Scripture searches us as we subject ourselves to it.
When we recognize this, we can expect Scripture to transform us. Bilkes, Gerald M. Glory Veiled and Unveiled sample. In this book, Dr.
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In this volume, the author encourages the reader to approach the parables experimentally. Written for both laypeople and pastors, this resource deserves wide circulation. Among the several books that I have on the parables, this volume ranks among the finest! We have come to expect good things from Dr. Bilkes, and in Glory Veiled and Unveiled we are not disappointed. He has given us a marvelous exposition of the parables, revealing astute awareness of the subtleties of the genre and a keen eye for their current application. With pointed questions, each chapter is designed for use in personal and corporate Bible study.
Individuals and churches will profit enormously from this book. Posted by books2look4 on January 1, in Uncategorized. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Thomas, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina Deepen Your Christian Life From the late s to the early s, Puritan ministers wrote thousands of Christian books that contain massive amounts of biblical, doctrinal, experiential, and practical instruction to energize your Christian life.
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Stephen Charnock on the Attributes of God 5. The Puritans on the Trinity 6. John Owen on Communion with the Triune God 7. William Perkins on Predestination 8. His parables were intentional in concealing who he was along with the truth with them. I am not sure that all the parables of Jesus can be classified by using a two verse proof from Mark. And one can argue that only those regenerated by the Holy Spirit can truly understand any scripture in the first place John , 1 Corinthians But Bilkes is right when he says the parables are scripture.
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And scripture is meant to transform our hearts. It was nice to study each parable in the gospels to allow its truth to speak to my heart. For that, I am grateful for this book. Brenemen, Mervin. This is probably the best technical commentary I used on Nehemiah. He convinced me that Ezra came to Jerusalem before Nehemiah. I found this commentary to be very helpful if not as comprehensive as I would have liked.
I consulted it often. Boice, James Mongomery. The Christ of Christmas. Every year, I try to read a book on the incarnation to get me in the spirit of the season. It is not what I had hoped for my purposes.
Boice takes an analytical approach to the Christmas story and it comes across more as an apologetic than inspiration. There are some gems here in that regards. Boice, James Montgomery. Nehemiah: An Expositional Commentary. Expositional commentaries are not technical. So in other words, they are the sermons that cover that particular book.
They tend to focus more on the person of Nehemiah rather than the God that Nehemiah serves. But Boices does make the man come alive and you see his wisdom as he serves God.
I found his exposition of chapter three to be very helpful. But I still prefer Vos. Carson, D. Six women took a chapter or two to explain the text and they were joined by John Piper, Tim Keller and D. I picked this book up to assist me in communicating the message of Nehemiah to women. I am glad I did. The chapters done by the women were exceptional. In a recent sermon, I already stated my issues with Carson seeing Nehemiah as a failure. Perhaps having too many verses to present within an hour kept them from capturing the overall message.
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Alongside of the speakers, Kathryn Nielson speaks on how to study old testament texts and their difficulties with each section. I think this will be a useful tool for those interested. Chantry, Walter. Praises for the King of Kings. Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, I am so glad I did.
Chantry was raised in my estimation. Here Chantry exposits three coronation Psalms and each inspired me during the Holiday season.