The Prodigal Son—Luke 15:11–32 | Darkened Glass Reflections

Here is a link to an older blog-post of a blogger I got in touch withj early after I started this site. Michael E. Lynch challenges us to think about our relationship to God. Some people think of God mainly in terms of benefits they hope to achieve from God. Others are largely taken up with what they think they ought to do for God. Both of these attitudes can make you miss out on God’s love for you.

I guess that most of you somewhere along the way have heard the story of the prodigal son. You may benefit of rereading the story in Luke 15:11-32

Here is the beginning of Michael’s post on the prodigal son. Please make sure you click on the link and read the whole article!

“God is more concerned with who we are than with what we can accomplish. In the parable of the Prodigal Son, both sons made the same mistake. They had a perspective on their relationship with their …”

Please click on the following link to read the whole text: The Prodigal Son—Luke 15:11–32 | Darkened Glass Reflections

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Auf meinem deutschen Blog möchte ich kurze Texte über Matthäus 11 Verse 28 bis 30 veröffentlichen und die frohe Botschaft von Jesus Christus anschaulich machen. Es lohnt sich, Jesus Christus zu vertrauen. On my new English blog "Motivation of Christian Love" I am sharing my thoughts on 1 Corinthians 13 and other bible texts.
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2 Responses to The Prodigal Son—Luke 15:11–32 | Darkened Glass Reflections

  1. Thanks for sharing this!

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  2. I had kept your post as a press this draft from the time you published it. Now I have been going over my drafts and I felt it might fit in well now. I greatly appreciate your work and your devotion!

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