FREE Parables of Jesus Study Guide April 20, 2024

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Enjoying the Journey strives to provide helpful Bible study and devotional materials to believers seeking to study and apply the Bible. Over the years, we have developed several study guides both individually and to accompany the Enjoying the Journey Broadcasts. Many found our Miracles of Jesus Study Guide to be helpful. We believe this resource will be similarly beneficial.

Brother Pauley’s current series, Spiritual Stories, walks through the parables of Jesus and their application to us as believers. To aid you in your study of these parables, we have developed an attractive, simple, and easy-to-use study guide for every parable in Scripture. You may download it HERE.

There is some disagreement over which parables correspond with which; our purpose is simply to provide a tool that will help you study Jesus’ teachings, interpret them though the lens of Scripture, and apply them to your own life. We trust you will avail yourself of this resource, follow along in our current ETJ study, and pass along these tools to others.

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