Parable of the Sower.
Analogy, reference and comparisons with the soil and the acceptance of people, with the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Word of God. There is also Jesus’ explanation of this parable.
The parable of the wheat and the tares.
A concise and direct analogy of how humanity will be selected based on how it lived. He also has an explanation of Jesus for his disciples.
Parable of the prodigal son.
Parable about the repentance and mercy of the Father God with us, how he is willing to forgive us if we repent when we misbehave.
Parable of the Good Samaritan.
We know who our neighbor is ?, we know if we can aspire to inherit eternal life. Jesus’ teachings are always easy to understand and motivate us to practice them. The Good Samaritan.
Parable. pearl of great price.
The kingdom of heaven is similar to: phrase used by Jesus Christ to make a brief and simple reference to the kingdom of God. How we should see it.
Parable of the lost sheep.
An analogy that refers to loss, to what Jesus came to do, so that no one gets lost. Or the joy you feel when you find that loved one again.
Straw in someone else’s eye.
It teaches us that destructive criticism is not good. Worse to take the attribute of wanting to judge a person.
“Jesus lives! The victory has been won
Death can no longer scare me;
Jesus lives, the kingdom of life is done!
From my grave, Christ will raise me up.
Then brighter lives will begin;
This will be my confidence. ”