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    Gospel of Luke (Part #24)

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    Gospel of Luke (Part #24) provides Jesus' reasons for speaking in parables by establishing He fulfilled Old Testament prophecy pertaining to forceful blindness. What does "light" represent in scripture? Who IS that same Light or the Sun of Righteousness? This upbeat segment deals with our Savior's parable of the lighted candle and His parable of the sower is explained in vivid detail by the very mouth of Yahshua.

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    Gospel of Luke (Part #24) – Pastor J. Visser @ Covenant People's Ministry

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    Gospel of Luke (Part #24) [2014] provides Jesus' reasons for speaking in parables by establishing He fulfilled Old Testament prophecy pertaining to forceful blindness. What does "light" represent in scripture? Who IS that same Light or the Sun of Righteousness? This upbeat segment deals with our Savior's parable of the lighted candle and His parable of the sower is explained in vivid detail by the very mouth of Yahshua.

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