The Parable of the Weeds: Wheat and weeds. They look a lot alike in a field, but Jesus used this real life example to challenge his listeners about their eternal destinations.
Buried Treasure/Pearl of Great Price: God’s Kingdom has been compared to buried treasure and a pearl of great price. Jesus commended us to search but also promised we could find His Kingdom by faith.
Foolish Farmer: All the elements of a great story or here: work, wealth, and success. But this parable becomes tragic as Jesus tells the story of the rich yet foolish farmer whose treasures would soon fade away.
Workers in the Field: Equal pay for unequal work? Sounds like someone is being cheated. But not so fast. Could something else be going on here?
The Parable of the Great Banquet: The Parable of the Great Banquet. It sounds wonderful, but it’s full of challenging words from our Lord.