The Two Banquets

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Pastor Steve Hull



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In Luke 14, while Jesus is in the house of a well known Pharisee, he heals a man on the sabbath and then tells a story. Jesus Shares a story of a man hosting a great banquet, but the people invited find any and every excuse not to attend. The host goes on to fill his house with anyone willing to attend. This passage is not only a challenge to seek out others, but to examine ourselves by asking the question – What keeps me from the invitation?





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