In the parable of the laborers in the vineyard, a landowner hires workers to tend his fields; some are hired in the morning and some are hired in the evening. How much is each group paid?
In the parable of the sower, on which type of ground do seeds not land?
According to Jesus, though the mustard seed is the “smallest of all the seeds” (Matthew 13:32), it grows to become:
Which of the four gospels contains the fewest parables?
In the parable of the unjust judge, why does the judge finally grant the widow justice?
What happens in the parable of the dishonest manager, told in Luke 16?
When the poor man Lazarus dies, he is carried away by angels to be with whom?
In Matthew 21, Jesus tells the story of a father who asks his two sons to go and work in his vineyard. How many of his sons go?
According to Mark 4, does Jesus expect everyone to understand all his parables?
In the parable of the ten bridesmaids (Matthew 25), how many bridesmaids have enough oil for their lamps?
What does the prodigal son do with his inheritance?
In the parable of the wicked tenants, a landowner leaves the country and leases his property. When the landowner sends slaves to collect the rent, two are beaten and one is killed. Finally, he sends his son. What do the tenants do to him?
In Luke 13, Jesus compares the kingdom of God to what baking ingredient?
According to Jesus, what is the meaning of the parable of the lost sheep?
In the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector, why does the Pharisee come to the temple to thank God?
In one of his parables, Jesus tells a story about a barren tree. What kind of tree is it?
A brief parable in Matthew 13 tells of a merchant in search of what precious jewels?
In Matthew 18, Jesus tells the story of a debtor whose debt is forgiven. When the debtor is released from prison, he runs into a man who owes him money. What does he do?
One of Jesus’ parables tells of a man who goes to his friend’s house at midnight pleading for bread. The friend initially refuses but eventually gives the man three loaves. This parable is followed by which of Jesus’ most famous sayings?