|Other titles||Gospel-feast opened, Gospel feast opened, Great supper of the parable, Gospel-feast opened., Gospel feast opened., Great supper of the parable.|
|Statement||by Joseph Hussey|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 985:14.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 456 p.|
|Number of Pages||456|
A parable is a form of figurative language involving comparisons. But rather than using a single word or phrase to make the comparison or analogy, as in a simile, metaphor, or hypocatastasis, a parable is an extended analogy in story form. A parable is a true-to-life story to illustrate or illuminate a truth. SERMONS ON THE GOSPEL OF JOHN C. H. Spurgeon. THE FULNESS AND THE FILLING NO. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY, MARCH 1ST, DELIVERED BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “And of his fullness have all we received, and grace for grace” — John ONE Sabbath day I was staying in an Italian town on the other side. The book of daily life was Christ's great text-book. What every man did, gave Him a subject; every word He heard started a novel theme. an ordinary meal such as might be spread any day, but of a feast, like the "great supper" of the parable that follows: and remember the occasion of His words, the circumstances under which they were uttered. Only one parable follows. This bears great resemblance to the parable of the great supper (Luke ), which, however, was spoken at an earlier period, in another locality, and with a different object, and disagrees in many details, especially in the absence of the wedding garment. Christ, doubtless, often repeated his parables with.
The things amiss have been discovered to me since, and therefore, for the magnifying of the riches of God's grace towards me; a dark, vile and sinful creature in my own, and Adam’s nature, I love to see that book now and then, entitled the Gospel Feast Opened, as an encouraging evidence of my growth afterwards in the Mystery of Christ. THE MULTIFORM PARABLE THAT IS INCORPORATE WITH THIS MIRACLE. 1. It is a parable of Christ feeding the wide world. 2. It is a parable of Christ feeding that world by the human instrumentality of his servants, his disciples, his apostles, those some certain called from the mass, and called by him, and "sent forth" by him. 3. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Full text of "The parables of Jesus explained and illustrated" See other formats.
p. iii PREFACE BY THE PRESENT EDITOR. The following Essay and Sermons were published, by subscription, soon after the Author’s death, and were honored with as respectable a list of subscribers, as any work now extant. Mr. De Courcy was so worthy a man, so distinguished a Christian, and so excellent a preacher, that we need not wonder, that all who had the happiness of his acquaintance, or. The man with the Book, acquainted them with the tender mercies of the Most High, and the entrance of that Word which gives light was leading one and another to call Him "Abba—Father."  And then the expression of sweet sympathy in their trials and sufferings, though it came from an unknown source, softened hard hearts and prepared them for. St. Joan of Arc. The Life of St. Philip Neri. "St. John Capistran" --A Saint. Book: Albert the Great, His Life and Scholastic Labours, St. Jude, Helper in Desparate Cases and St. Rita, Advocate of the Impossible--History Prayers and Devotions. The Flowers of the Passion. by St. Paul of the Cross. The Labor of the Apostles. The Two Great Commandments The Good Samaritan Jesus Teaching How to Pray Watchfulness Jesus Dines with a Pharisee False Excuses The Parable of the Two Sons Bartimeus and Zacchaeus Christ's Trial Before Pilate Christ Crucified The Resurrection of Jesus The Walk to Emmaus Jesus Ascends into Heaven.