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Luke 15:11-32
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October 13 2013

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By Rev. Dr. Jim Harmon

Arguably, this is the most famous story ever told.  It contains such divine and such human compassion that we can hardly comprehend it.  Telling it again, and hearing it again, is like trying to describe the most beautiful sunrise or sunset that we could ever see.  .  .  .

[Note: This Sunday Jim preached without manuscript, so you’ll need to watch the video to hear more about the Prodigal Son.]

By Rev. Dr. Jim Harmon

Arguably, this is the most famous story ever told.  It contains such divine and such human compassion that we can hardly comprehend it.  Telling it again, and hearing it again, is like trying to describe the most beautiful sunrise or sunset that we could ever see.  .  .  .

[Note: This Sunday Jim preached without manuscript, so you’ll need to watch the video to hear more about the Prodigal Son.]