This volume provides simple, practical explanations and applications for each of the parables of Jesus, giving pastors a great cross-reference with which to generate preaching ideas and giving families a foundation for family Bible study. Each chapter is written with the understanding that it can be read independently of the rest, allowing readers to dive into any parable that interests them without losing important prefatory notes established in earlier chapters.
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Francis William Bourdillon (1852–1921) was a British writer, poet, translator, and preacher. He attended Oxford and is best known for his poetry, romantic novels, and translations.