Then Jesus told another story:
“The kingdom of heaven is like yeast
that a woman took and hid in a large tub of flour
until it made all the dough rise.”
Jesus used stories to tell all these things to the people;
He always used stories to teach them.
This is as the prophet said:
“I will speak using stories;
I will tell things that have been secret since the world was made.”
(Matthew 13:33-35 and Luke 13:21, with ref to Psalm 78:2)
It’s amazing how some Bible verses have so much in common with each other.
Whether you read the Word of God, or you research certain subjects, themes exist all the way through.
The following Bible verses have some things in common. One thing in particular is the key to them all.
See if you can find it…
It may come as no surprise to you that the Holy Bible continues to be the most widely published book worldwide. Despite its age, the Bible has far outsold more than any other book, with 3.9 billion copies sold over just the last 50 years alone.Have you considered why this has remained such an important body of information? Should it be important to you?