S: knowing Jesus through the gospels
BC: The End
FC: by Julia Vdw | knowing Jesus through the gospels
1: The parable of the prodigal son
2: The Story | In the parable of the prodigal son the youngest son asks his father for a share of the property so his father shared the property between them. After that he asked his father for some money so his father shared his money with his son. After this the youngest son ran away with all the money and spent it on things that he did not need. When the son went broke he came back to his fathers farm because he had no where else to go, as soon as his father saw him he came running up to him but then his son said i don't deserve your forgiveness i left you and i wasted your money on things that i don't need but the father said no you went missing and you returned we must celebrate
3: In this story the father is like God because he forgave his son for running away with all the money and spending it on things that he did not need.
5: the parable of the lost sheep
6: In this story Jesus says " if you have 100 sheep and lose one of them would you put 99 of them in to the open country and go looking for your 100th lost sheep and then when you find him you will call your friends and rejoice with them because the sheep went missing and then was returned.
7: In this story Jesus is like God because he loves everyone of his sheep equally and wants them to all be safe and he cares for them all equally.
9: T | I | The parable of the good Samaritan
10: In this story | In This story the Jew gets beaten up and is left half dead a samaritan walks past him and pity's on him he bandages his wound and takes him to an inn where he is taken care of. He tells them to take care of him and when he comes back he will reimburse him for any extra expenses.
11: In this story the good Samaritan is like God because the Samaritans and the Jews do not get along but he decided to be ice to everyone and help everybody in need. God says "Love your God with all your sou all your heart and all your mind and love your neighbour as your self.