God, Self & Other – Luke 37: Fig Trees, Puffy Bread and Other Stories of the Kingdom

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Of one thing we can all be sure: the kingdom of God will upend expectations. Religious insiders will find themselves on the wrong end of rebuke while outsiders are welcomed as family. The lowly and humble will be raised up, while the strong discover their weakness; and the most most noble, royal work will be that of the gardener…

In this episode regular guest preacher, Ian Farrell, examines a collection of short stories and parables in which Jesus reveals the stunning unpredictability of God’s grace. 

The text for this episode is Luke 13:1-21 (NRSV).

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