Questions for the Week

February 24, 2024

1.  In Matthew 13:36-43, Jesus provides an interpretation of the parable of the wheat and the weeds.  What does this interpretation reveal about the nature of judgment, the end times, and the separation of the righteous and the wicked?

2. The parable in Matthew 13:36-43 highlights the idea of patience and the ultimate authority of God    in determining the fate of the righteous and the wicked.  How can this passage inform our     understanding of divine justice and the importance of trusting in God’s sovereignty even in the     face of evil and suffering?

3. The parable of the net in Matthew 13:47-50 speaks of the final judgment, where both the good    and the bad are sorted.  How does this parable impact our understanding of accountability,     grace, and the ultimate destiny of humanity?  What implications does it have for our actions     and choices in the present?

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