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DAY 118: ARE YOU COMING TO THE CELEBRATION? (Luke 15:29), The Prodigal Son -Salvation is for All

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.


Jared discussed the parable of the prodigal son from the Bible, the concept of sin and its impact on an individual, the parables in Matthew 22:4 and Luke 15, the importance of welcoming those who repent for their sins, and his tiredness from studying.

Discussion on Prodigal Son and Its Implications (TIME 0:00)

Jared led a discussion about the Prodigal Son from Luke, chapter 15. He emphasized that the parable is not only about the wayward son but also about the older son who remained. Jared pointed out that while the older son was a hard worker, he lacked joy and had a spirit of bitterness, missing the blessing of celebrating his father's happiness.

Parable of the Prodigal Son Discussed (TIME 4:53)

Jared discussed the parable of the prodigal son from the Bible, where the younger son asks his father for his portion of the inheritance and leaves to squander it in a far country. When a famine hits, he joins himself as a citizen of that country and is reduced to feeding pigs. After coming to his senses, he returns to his father, intending to beg for employment. However, his father welcomes him back, forgives him, and holds a feast in celebration. The older son, who has remained faithful to the father, is upset by this, but the father explains that his younger son was lost but is now found and needs to be celebrated.

Sin, Righteousness, and Baptism Discussion (TIME 9:31)

Jared discussed the concept of sin and its impact on an individual. He referenced Romans 7 and 17-20, emphasizing the struggle between doing good and doing evil. He also shared a verse from Luke 15 illustrating the father's active search for his lost son. Jared further connected this to the concept of baptism and righteousness. He also discussed the significance of the robe, ring, and sandals, symbolizing righteousness, identity, and walking following the Gospel.

Parables in Matthew 22:4 and Luke 15 Discussed (TIME 14:05)

Jared discussed the parables found in Matthew 22:4 and Luke 15. He emphasized the hardness of the older son's heart and compared it to the Pharisees, who were critical of Jesus for associating with sinners. Jared also contrasted the older son's self-righteousness with the younger son's repentance and forgiveness, as illustrated in verses 18 through 19. He concluded by pointing out the father's assertion that all he has is the younger son's.

Repentance and Salvation (TIME 18:30)

Jared emphasized the importance of welcoming those who repent for their sins and want to return to the church with love and joy. He drew parallels from the Parable of the Prodigal Son, highlighting the need for true repentance and acceptance of salvation. He also warned against becoming self-righteous like the older brother in the story, who prevented his younger brother's return due to envy. Jared stressed that salvation is for everyone, but it needs to be accepted rather than taken for granted.

Jared's YouTube Inclusivity for Bible Learning (TIME 21:46)

Jared expressed his tiredness from studying and thanked everyone for their understanding. He emphasized that everyone is welcome on the YouTube channel, including those who do not believe, and that his aim is for people to learn the Bible.

In Christ, love Jared W. Campbell

Numbers 6:24-26

"The Lord bless you and keep you;

25 The Lord make His face shine upon you,

And be gracious to you;

26 The Lord [a]lift His countenance upon you,

And give you peace."'

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