For what are His parables noted?


"Our Savior's parables are distinguished above all others for clearness, purity, chasteness, intelligibility,
importance of instruction, and simplicity. They are taken mostly from the affairs of common life, and are
intelligible, therefore, to all men." -Dr. Albert Barnes, on Matt. 13: 3.

For what is all Scripture profitable?
What kind of church would He thus be able to present to Himself?
In symbolic language, what is represented by winds?
If one professes to abide in Christ, how ought he to walk?
And how may we know that we love the brethren?
What is to become of our earth in the day of the Lord?
What is written on these gates?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle