It Is Not Ridiculous (Matthew 20:1-16)

Pastor Aaron Ude, September 17, 2017
Part of the Sunday Sermons series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

Have you ever said something ridiculous like "I would rather die than root for the Vikings"? I am sure we all have. It is hyperbole, exaggeration for a point. When we hear and when the original audience of this parable hear it, we might be tempted to think it is hyperbole. It is exaggeration, It is ridiculous that someone could owe such a great debt. It is ridiculous that anyone would be gracious enough to forgive such a debt. And that it is ridiculous that a person could be so hardhearted to another human being who was in debt to him so little when he was forgiven such a great debt. Yet here is the point of the parable. None of those things are ridiculous. They are all true. (You can down load the whole sermon for free by clicking on the title above which will take you to our sermon page or you can watch it by going to our YouTube channel . The link for that is on the right.)

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