136: Pastor Plek and Pastor Joseph celebrate Juneteenth, discuss Sunday's sermon, and answer questions about judgement. Want to submit a question? Call or text 737-231-0605!
- Whenever I’ve read the parable of the sower it seems that Jesus’ focus is to point out that the only ground that represents a genuine believer (truly saved) is the one that produces fruit, the rest are not saved. However, in the sermon, I heard that we can all be each of the grounds in the story at different stages of our lives as BELIEVERS. What do you believe was Jesus’ purpose for the parable and what was He wanting to communicate?
- Mustard seed parable. KOG according to this parable starts small and grows into the largest garden plant. So won't the KOG grow larger over time until it's the largest kingdom? Does this tell us that Christianity will someday be the biggest form of religion on the planet before Christs return?
- You made a comment about "levels of judgement" when referencing Isaiah 6, and I was wondering what you meant by that? Isn't all sin, sin? And then why would Jesus only explain his parables to his disciples, if all have the "ability" to hear and believe?
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