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1. The Stories Jesus Told- Parable Of The Hidden Treasure- Tyler Ells

The Stories Jesus Told- Parable Of The Hidden Treasure- Tyler Ells

The teachings of Jesus are compelling. For a few thousand years, millions of people have wrestled with the stories Jesus told. These stories have a way of opening us up to a new reality in which God is at work. In the month of July, our church community is exploring these stories as we seek out the way of Jesus.

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2. Episode 3043 - The Parable of the Hidden Treasure - David Measures

Episode 3043 - The Parable of the Hidden Treasure - David Measures

Episode 3043 - The Parable of the Hidden Treasure Pastor David Measures www.dwmmi.org Recorded 12-1-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com

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3. Stories That Changed The World 04 - Parable Of The Hidden Treasure And Pearl - Chuck Jostad

Stories That Changed The World 04 - Parable Of The Hidden Treasure And Pearl - Chuck Jostad

Week 4, with Guest Speaker, Chuck Jostad explaining the Parable of the Hidden Treasure and the Pearl

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5. Hidden Treasure - Jesus Stories - Mike Young - (06/28/15)

Hidden Treasure - Jesus Stories - Mike Young - (06/28/15)

This sermon continues in sermon series, "Jesus Stories", a look into the parables of Jesus. This week's verse, Matthew 13:44, talks about the parable of the hidden treasure.

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6. Jesus's Parables

Jesus's Parables

Drawing on John Dominic Crossan’s The Power of Parable, mainly ch. 3 (2012), Paul Ricoeur’s “Listening to the Parables of Jesus” (1974), and Paul Tillich’s The New Being, ch. 1: “To Whom Much Is Forgiven…” (1955). Are these weird stories riddles, where if you figure out what they mean you get salvation? Are they homilies, telling you to go be like the Good Samaritan? Crossan says they’re protests, meant to challenge the moral and social status quo. So what do philosophers have to gain by studying these? What do they add to moral theory, and do you have to have any religious commitments to get something out of them? Mark, Wes, and returning guest Law Ware talk through the various ways of interpreting the Good Samaritan, The Sower, The Two Debtors, The Talents, the Hidden Treasure, the Ten Virgins, the Three Amigos, and more. Read more about the topic and get the books. End song: A new recording of a song written (apart from the first couple of bars) for this episode, “Jesus Noise,” by Mark Lint.

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7. The Kingdom's Value

The Kingdom's Value

What is the Kingdom like? What value should we place on it? Join us as we explore Jesus' parable of the hidden treasure, and the pearl of great price.

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8. [Parables Of Jesus] - The parables of the Kingdom

[Parables Of Jesus] - The parables of the Kingdom

Neil continues our series looking at the parables of Jesus. This week we look at the parable of the hidden treasure ad the parable of the pearl of great price.

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9. "For the Joy of It" - Pr. Kim Frenz 7/30/2017

Today we hear Jesus telling several parables, one of which is called the Parable of the Hidden Treasure. We're told the man found a treausre hidden in a field, and in his joy wnet and sold all he had to purchase the field. I'm intrigued by the comment that the man went in joy... I want to look at that today and what it might mean for jus.

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10. Matthew 13

Matthew 13

Matthew 13: The Parable of the Sower, The Purpose of the Parables, Jesus Explains the Parable of the Sower, The Parable of the Weeds, The Parable of the Mustard Seed, The Parable of the Yeast, Jesus' Use of Parables, Jesus Explains the Parable of the Weeds, The Parable of the Hidden Treasure, The Parable of the Pearl, The Parable of the Net, New Truths and Old, Jesus Is Rejected at Nazareth The Good News Translation as read by famous Australian actor Ron Haddrick http://www.bibles.com/good-news-translation-new-testament-on-audio-cd.html

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11. Day 851 – Hidden Treasures – Wisdom Wednesday

Day 851 – Hidden Treasures – Wisdom Wednesday

Wisdom-Trek / Creating a Legacy Welcome to Day 851 of our Wisdom-Trek, and thank you for joining me. I am Guthrie Chamberlain, Your Guide to Wisdom Hidden Treasures - Wisdom Wednesday Thank you for joining us for our five days per week wisdom and legacy building podcast. Today is Day 851 of our trek, and it is Wisdom Wednesday. Due to a heavy travel schedule for the next two weeks, I will be diverting from our regular daily topics, and instead, I will be reading through the Parables of Jesus. Jesus's parables are seemingly simple and memorable stories, often with imagery, that all convey messages. Scholars have commented that although these parables seem simple, the messages they convey are deep and central to the teachings of Jesus. Christian authors view them not as mere similitudes, which serve the purpose of illustration, but as internal analogies in which nature becomes a witness for the spiritual world. Many of Jesus's parables refer to simple everyday things, such as a woman baking bread. A man knocking on his neighbor's door at night. Or the aftermath of a roadside mugging. Yet they deal with major religious themes, such as the growth of the Kingdom of God, the importance of prayer, and the meaning of love. In Western civilization, these parables formed the prototype for the term parable, and in the modern age, even among those who know little of the Bible, the parables of Jesus remain some of the best-known stories in the world. We are broadcasting from our studio at The Big House in Marietta, Ohio. Our Parable for today is taken from Matthew 13:44-58 and is about… Hidden Treasures · Parables of the Hidden Treasure and the Pearl "The Kingdom of Heaven is like a treasure that a man discovered hidden in a field. In his excitement, he hid it again and sold everything he owned to get enough money to buy the field." "Again, the Kingdom of Heaven is like a merchant on the lookout for choice pearls. When he discovered a pearl of great value, he sold everything he owned and bought it!" · Parable of the Fishing Net “Again, the Kingdom of Heaven is like a fishing net that was thrown into the water and caught fish of every kind. When the net was full, they dragged it up onto the shore, sat down, and sorted the good fish into crates, but threw the bad ones away. That is the way it will be at the end of the world. The angels will come and separate the wicked people from the righteous, throwing the wicked into the fiery furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth. Do you understand all these things?” “Yes,” they said, “we do.”  Then he added, “Every teacher of religious law who becomes a disciple in the Kingdom of Heaven is like a homeowner who brings from his storeroom new gems of truth as well as old.” · Jesus Rejected at Nazareth When Jesus had finished telling these stories and illustrations, he left that part of the country. He returned to Nazareth, his hometown. When he taught there in the synagogue, everyone was amazed and said, “Where does he get this wisdom and the power to do miracles?” Then they scoffed, “He’s just the carpenter’s son, and we know Mary, his mother, and his brothers—James, Joseph, Simon, and Judas.  All his sisters live right here among us. Where did he learn all these things?” And they were deeply offended and refused to believe in him.  Then Jesus told them, “A prophet is honored everywhere except in his own hometown and among his own family.” And so he did only a few miracles there because of their unbelief.On tomorrow’s trek, we will continue with the parables of Jesus. Thank you for joining me on this trek called life. Encourage your friends and family to join us and then come along tomorrow for another day of our Wisdom-Trek, Creating a Legacy.

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