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The Lost Son Comes Home

“Stories Jesus Told: The Lost Son Comes Home” by Tim Ladwig takes the Scripture directly from the New International Version in Luke 15:11-32 to tell the story of the Parable of the Prodigal Son. This is one of my favorite parables Jesus told. I am the Prodigal. I have turned away and thought only of myself and yet God’s love never fails and never gives up on me.

God the Father is that Father, waiting for us. Not to scold us. Not to punish us. But running to us. Running to meet us along the way. Cutting us off in our pity party and rehearsed speech about our mistakes. He throws a robe on us. He kills the fattened calf. He throws a party for us. He celebrates our resurrection from death to life.

The illustrations that accompany the Scripture are beautiful.

This is an excellent story to teach kids about God and His character and what He is like as a loving, forgiving, gracious Father, whose love never abandons us or rejects us.

I received this eBook free of charge from Discovery House Publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. I did not receive any fiscal compensation from either company for this review and the opinions expressed herein are entirely my own.

4 comments

  1. Thank you for taking the time to review this book and to share with others about the parable of the prodigal son! I think that it is such a good depiction of the true caring and forgiving father that we have in heaven. I write about this parable in my own post and how it can relate to findings of the scientific field of positive psychology, which asks what it means to live a meaningful and fulfilling life. I find this field and my christian faith background to be very complementary, which is why I am passionate about sharing it with others! I hope you get a chance to check out the post and I welcome any contributions you may have to the content. Great post, I hope you are doing well, and God bless you!

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