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Luke 15 verse 11-32.  Who does the son represent?  Who does the father represent?

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1 Luke 15 verse 11-32

2  Who does the son represent?  Who does the father represent?

3  Since God is represented by the father in the paroble, then we know that God will always love us and accept us back.  Also as we are the prodigal son we will sometimes stray away, but God will never leave us and is always with us. (psalm 119 verse 176)

4  Remember our blessing we are lucky and sometimes we don’t realize what we have until we lose it. (psalm 67 verse 6)  When we are Lost ask God to seek us and find us, God never leaves us he is always with us, watching over us.

5  Matthew chapter 18 verse  What do we get from this story?  How can we relate it to the prodigal son?

6  Pray and talk to God  Repentance when sinning  Confession

7  1) Even during sinning, I just remember God and repent and this is the most important way of repentance, for example if i am angry and sinned, then it is wise to try to repent immediately, by this way i will calm myself down and avoid further sins.  2) Every night before going to bed by sitting to myself during praying and talk to God about what wrong things I did and apologize or repent, and also it is important to talk to God about good things I did today.  3)Then also check my SNB.

8  We need to remember that God will never leave us, and as we are the prodigal son and he is the Father, he will always accept us with joyous arms.  We need to constantly pray and ask for God’s supplication as the son did, and always repent and confess after sinning.

9  2 Chronicles 15:2


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