Parable Of The Kingdom Of God

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Jesus taught about the Kingdom of God that you must help others to enter the Kingdom through his parables like the Good Samaritan, the Mustard Seed and the Final Judgment. As well as the Beatitudes, the Ten Commandments and the four EREA Touchstones. The Kingdom of God is visible in today’s world through the actions of the individuals: Pope Francis and Martin Luther King Jr.

Through the use of parables, Jesus was able to teach about the Kingdom of God and what you can do to enter the Kingdom. The parable of the Rich Fool teaches us that if you only care about yourself and show no concern for others and God, then there is no place for you in the Kingdom of God. The parable explains this as it tells of a man who was too attached to his wealth and no one else, that when he died, his wealth was wasted as he cared for no one else and he couldn’t enter the Kingdom. The parable of the Good Samaritan teaches us that to enter the Kingdom you must help others no matter who they are. The story explains this as it tells of a man who was robbed and beaten. The man is ignored by several people who pass him and don’t show any concern for him. One man approached him and helped him and took him to get healed. This ‘Good Samaritan’ would then be allowed into the Kingdom for his actions. The parable that heavily talks of the Kingdom is the parable of the Final Judgement which tells us that however you treat someone, you treat Jesus the same way as explained in the line “For I was hungry and
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