When Jesus spoke to his disciples or crowds of people during his short earthly life, he liked to use stories to make a point. These stories are known as parables. Some of the more well-known stories are those about the good Samaritan, the lost sheep, and the lost son. Dayton visual artist/writer Helen Moss decided to study these stories during the Lenten season in 2011.
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“What Does Jesus Ask Us to Do? The Parables of Jesus as a Guide to Daily Living,” by Helen Moss, is published by Xlibris Corp.
The book is divided into 23 chapters and is available online at amazon.com, books.google.com. It is priced at $24.99 for hardcover and $15.99 for paperback.
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