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Dec 22, 2005


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Jack E. Hunden

What if the parable has a macro sense also. The older son Judah, the younger son Israel. Or Southern Kingdom and Northern KIngdom. Go to the lost sheep. The Jew had no use for the Samaritan or Gentiles. The Father eventually wants the stick of Judah and Ephraim to be together. Come in and celebrate. No way, no shape, no how. Not only is the Father willing to eventually welcome sinners, and that includes you Pharisees although you don't recognize your own sin, He is going to welcome non-jews also.

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