Sermons by Rana Khan (Page 3)
The parable of the wedding banquet is one of the more difficult to understand, seemingly creating more questions than answers. Why were the guests so unwilling to attend? Why was one guest thrown out for not coming with the right clothes? And what does all this say about the kingdom of God?
Peter asks ‘how many times must I forgive my brother?’ and the book of Genesis tells no less than five stories of sibling rivalry. We need to look carefully at our relationships with our families and within our Christian family.
God’s invitation is to everyone. There are no exceptions, all are invited. Who are we not reaching out to as He would wish?
Elijah has gone from a high, after defeating the prophets of Baal, to a deep depression after receiving death threats from Jezebel. Where does he go from here?
The parable of the sower seems straightforward, but it’s also easy to miss the point. Rana takes a deeper look at the stony ground …
Jesus invites all who are burdened to come to him and take his yoke upon them. What does he mean? What sort of burden is he talking about?