The kingdom as treasure, pearl, leaven, and net in Matt 13 video discussion

The reading for Trinity 8 in this Year A is the remaining parables of the kingdom in Matthew 13. Although very brief, they contain some startling images, and raise the key question of the relationship between God’s initiative and our response.

Come and join Ian and James as they discuss these intriguing texts, and the implications for our preaching and our discipleship.

For written commentary, see the following post.

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5 thoughts on “The kingdom as treasure, pearl, leaven, and net in Matt 13 video discussion”

  1. The ‘Merchant’ illustration was probably by Gordon Stowell who illustrated Scripture Union’s ‘Little Fish’ series of books for children.


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