Parable of Working Faith & Righteousness

A mustard seed is compared to faith which by itself is dead or will not grow without works. We need to crucify the old man for us to be no longer slaves of sin to become a new creation, just like the seed dies so that it can grow into a new life which justifies us to account for righteousness that grows like a tree within us.

Parable of Rejected Believer

If you live by not doing what Jesus Christ said, you will not be able to stand firm on righteousness and holiness, on the day when you are rained with blessings or flooded with terror because of your gathered wealth or carried away by false doctrines. Christ will reject you by even denying to have known you.

Parable of False Doctrines

Any doctrine or teaching that deviates from doing the will of the Father in Heaven which is righteousness and holiness is a leaven. When Christ comes in the clouds, will He find you being deceived and not doing the will of the Father in heaven?

Parable of Pricey Kingdom

Christ is the merchant who paid the full price of the great pearl with His own life to purchase the Kingdom from the Father. If we invite Christ into our life and overcome this world, we inherit His kingdom by sitting on His throne which He received from the Father, just as He overcame and sat down with the Father on His throne.

Parable of Unsaved Believers

Are you deaf to Christ’s teachings, always hearing and not growing? Do you stumble when you are tested in faith not rooted in the word? Are you an unfruitful believer bearing no fruits? Repent now! God the Father will take you away from Christ to cast you out to be thrown into fire and burned.

Parable of Disobedient Believers

Without oil in our lamps or without obedience to Christ’s words, we cannot burn our lamps to shine before Him when He comes. All those who reject Christ’s teachings on holiness and the righteous requirements to enter into His kingdom are like the foolish virgins who had no oil on their lamps to burn and shine continually when He comes a second time.

Parable of Valuable Kingdom

The kingdom of Heaven is not free to inherit. It is a valuable hidden Kingdom that costs your entire wealth for you to inherit. If you are unwilling to sell your abundance and give it to the poor and needy, you will not inherit the kingdom of Heaven.

Parable of Conditional Grace

Are you being deceived that the wedding garment is given to you just by believing in Jesus Christ? Beware! You must purchase it from Christ by keeping your garments undefiled. The cost of keeping your garments undefiled can be anywhere from losing your body parts, relationships, your entire wealth or your own life.

Parable of Expiring Grace

Your boasting on Christ’s righteousness and rejecting the requirement of fruits which God expects in your life as works and continue to be fruitless is not going to save you on the day when God’s grace expires for you. It is your righteousness and your fruits which you bear for God the Father by doing His will is going to save you.

Parable of Reversible Grace

Many Christians believe in God’s grace that freely justified them and made right with God. What they are willfully ignorant is that God will reverse His grace if we forgot to show His compassion and commit iniquity.