God, Self & Other – Luke 41: The Prodigal Son and Other Parables of Lostness

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We have all had times of wandering very far from God; sometimes as an act of rebellion, other times as capitulation to sin. Sometimes circumstances overwhelm us and we find ourselves lost on the path of life. Whatever the cause, we have all found ourselves in a “foreign land,” wondering what hope remains.

In this episode we look at 3 parables of lostness and the relentless passion of God to find. And when found, boundless welcome that follows.

If you’ve ever wondered if one can stray too far from God – so as to be lost forever – the short answer of Jesus seems to be: no. 🙂

The text for this episode is Luke 15:1-32 (NRSV).

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