1. The Prodigal Daughter

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    This week we wind up a full month on the “Prodigal Son” parable. We have suggested that it is misnamed. We are calling it the story of the “Prodigal Party.” It is the last story in a series of three, about celebrating the finding of lost things.

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    • The Prodigal Older Brother

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      Hello, my name is Neal Nybo and I am an older brother. I want to get that out of the way right at the beginning. It isn’t a confession I take lightly. To say I am an older brother is to reference our Bible text from Luke 15. It is usually called the parable of the prodigal son. We are preaching a series of sermons on this parable that we have named the Prodigal Party. We mean by that a lavish, extravagant, unrestrained, even wasteful party. It’s the kind of party you would think people would be happy to attend.

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      • The Prodigal Younger Son

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        “There’s a way that seems right to man, but in the end it leads to death” (Prov. 14:12 & 16:25). This striking out on our own, this “I’m my own master” mentality, is at the heart of the younger son in Jesus’ parable.... the prodigal son.

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        • The Prodigal Father

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          Okay, so most of us are familiar with this parable in Luke 15. For many of us it is an old favorite. Basic story. A son took his part of the inheritance and wasted it on wild living. (Another word for “wasting” his finances is “prodigal.” Thus, we have the title the “Prodigal Son.”) Eventually, the boy is so poor from his bad choices that he decides to come home, beg forgiveness, and serve as a slave on his father’s property. The father runs to his son, welcomes him and hosts a welcome home party. The older brother, however, refuses to join the party. The loving father tries to reason with his older son, but the parable ends with the son still refusing to attend the welcome home party.

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