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Miracle Life Revivals inc. | Evangelist Neal Frisby

The patched garment parable — “Revealing the past, present and future! — It depicts the resistance of the traditional ritualist in accepting new spiritual truths.” (Luke 5:36) “Jesus said, no man putteth a piece of new garment upon an old; if otherwise, then both the new maketh a rent, and the piece that was taken out of the new agreeth not with the old! — Therefore we see two results occur, both the new garment and the old one are ruined! — The new because the piece has been taken from it, and the old because it is disfigured by the new cloth! — Also the new would be stronger and the old would tear away from it!’’ — ‘‘In Jesus day, Judaism was the old religion that was decaying and passing away. — To mix His new powerful Word and gospel would only spoil both! — Jesus was revealing that He would not have parts of His teachings sewed or pinned on other religious systems! — He did not come to patch up the old, but to bring salvation, faith, miracles and power through His name, the Lord Jesus Christ!” — “Our faith must not be patchwork, but ever new in revival of our soul! — The new outpouring today will not mix with the old institutional religions; they must come out into His body. And what is left outside of this system will receive the former rain (those that did not organize) and blend with the latter rain — into great restoration revival! — Jesus said, neither can a man put new wine (revelation power) into old bottles (organization system) else it will burst the old system wide open and both will become lukewarm and spued out!” (Matt. 9:17) “In other words you cannot put this new last day move into the old system; but many will come out of darkness into the new revival that is appearing! Neither will this new garment (mantle) mix with the mark of the beast, for the Bride is taken away in translation! — The Bride has a miraculous covering (armor).

The parables of the working of evil in the kingdom of God. — “The parable of the leaven in the meal, the subtle working of evil doctrine! (Matt. 13:33) — You can see Satan doing this daily all over the world; uniting false churches!” — “The parable of the blind leading the blind. — The warning against those who have once heard the Word of God, but are led into blindness by seducing spirits!” — “The parable of the ambitious guests. — A warning against doing things without the Holy Spirit and also a warning against pride, as in the case of the Laodiceans.” (Rev. 3.14-16) — “The parable of laborers in the vineyard. — The first shall be last, and the last shall be first! This no doubt is speaking of coming to the Jews first, and in their rejection of Jesus became last; and the Gentiles who were last, by receiving Jesus became first!”

Prophecies and parables of the son of man — “The hidden treasure in the field. — Of course this is the true seed of the Jews. It refers to Christ redeeming the true Israelites!” (Matt. 13:44) — “And absolutely they were hidden among the nations until the Lord called them back into the Holy land in this last generation; and will seal 144,000!” (Rev, chap. 7) — “And truly Christ sold all that He had to redeem this hidden treasure!” — The Pearl of Great Price parable — “This truly reveals Jesus again sold ALL so that He could purchase the Church and His beloved bride!” (Matt. 13:45-46) — True Shepherd parable — “Christ is the good shepherd of His sheep!” (St. John 10:1-16) — The Vine and the Branches parable — “The relation of Jesus to His disciples and followers!” (John 15: 1-8) — The Seed parable — “The unconscious but sure growth of the Word planted in the hearts of men by the Lord!’’ (Mark 4:26) — ‘‘This parable is prophetic reaching into our age; when it reaches full course immediately He putteth in the sickle, for the harvest is come! — We are entering the stage of the full corn in the ear!” (verse 28)

Prophetic parables of the second coming of Christ — The Man on a Far Journey parable — “Servants are to watch for the Lord’s return at all seasons! In other words, be expecting at all times!” (Mark 13:34-37) — The Budding Fig Tree parable — “When signs fulfilled, coming is nigh!” (Matt. 24:32-34) — “Jesus predicts this generation shall see His return! And this generation is beginning to end between now and at some point in the 90’s!” — The Ten Virgins parable — “Only those ready will enter with the bridegroom into the marriage!” (Matt. 25:1-7) — “The midnight cry is the bride, they were not asleep. The wise that were asleep are the attendants to the Bride! — It is a wheel within a wheel!” (Rev. 12:5-6, 17) — “The foolish virgins were left for the Great Tribulation.” — The Faithful and Unfaithful Servants parable — “One blessed; the other cut asunder at the Lord’s coming! (Matt. 24:45-51) — The Pounds parable — “The faithful at Christ’s coming are rewarded; the unfaithful judged!” (Luke 19:11-27) — The Sheep and the Goats parable — “Evidently nations to be judged at the Lord’s coming, or at the end of the millennium!” (Matt. 25:41-46)

Parables of repentance – The Lost Sheep parable – “Joy in heaven over one sinner that repenteth” (Luke 15:3-7) Reveals all heaven has interest in you! Rest well! – The Lost coin parable – Essentially the same as above (Luke 15:8-10) – The Prodigal Son parable — “The love of the Father for a sinner!” (Luke 15:11-32) — ‘‘Reveals no matter how far one drifts into sin, Jesus will welcome him back with open arms!” — The Pharisee and the Publican parable— “Humility necessary’ in prayer. “ (Luke 18:9-14)

Prophetic parable The great supper parable — “Foretelling that the invitation to God’s supper was to be given to all; good or bad: the call of the Gentiles!” (Luke 14:16-24) — “Nevertheless many begin to make excuses. — As a matter of fact all of the first ones did. – The master, having heard how his invitation had been refused, became angry and gave an urgent command to branch out from the first ones and swiftly go into the streets and bid the poor and the sick, etc.” (verse 21) — “So we see a mass healing revival in our age! — The fact that the feast is called a supper definitely indicates that it is given especially in the closing hours of our dispensation! The parable finally becomes broader and is all inclusive, it takes in the most miserable, the ill favored people, the publicans and the harlots, representing the ‘most sinful repented’ and was given entrance! — Finally, it reveals none were excluded from the invitation.” — “Whosoever ‘will believe’ let him come!” — “This parable reveals the universality of salvation! It was given to every tongue, tribe and nationality! — It went into the highways and the hedges with a strong compelling force as to fill his house!” (verse 23) — “An open and free invitation to come to the Master and rejoice in His spiritual bounties of His great revival feast . . . and then entering into the shelter of His house!” — “But those who were first called and turned it down, it is said, none of those men shall taste of My supper!” — “But we, the people on my list, have accepted the invitation and are beginning to enjoy the great supper with signs, wonders and miracles following! Rejoice!” “This parable is especially for our time and the King’s business requires haste!” (verse 21) — “And we must quickly invite more from the highways and hedges!” (verse 23) “In other words, those who have been outside of religious influence are invited to come and share in the feast! And that is exactly what we are doing in our projects now!”

Parables of judgmentThe tares parable — “Children of the wicked one to be as tares burned at the end of the age!” “The whole parable speaks of predestination!” (Matt. 13:24-30; 36-43) — The Net parable — “At the end of the age, angels will sever wicked from just and cast into a furnace of fire!” (Matt. 13:47-50) — The Unforgiving Debtor parable – “Those who will not forgive shall not be forgiven!” (Matt. 18:23-35) — The Strait Gate and Wide Gate parable “Those who go down broad way go to destruction!” (Matt. 7:24-27) The Two Foundations parable — “Those who do not obey God’s words are those who build on sand!” (Matt. 7:24-27) — “The wise are those who build on the Rock!” — The Rich Fool parable — “He that layeth up treasure for himself without respect for God’s part is not rich towards God!” (Luke 12:16-21) — The Rich Man and Lazarus parable — “One must seek salvation during their lifetime; because riches will not help him during the hereafter!” (Luke 16:19-31)

Various parables — The Children in the Market Place parable — “Illustrates the fault finding of the Pharisees!” (Matt. 11:16-19) — The Barren Fig Tree parable — “The warning of judgment upon the Jews!” (Luke 13:6-9) — The Two Sons parable -“The Publicans and harlots to enter kingdom before Pharisees! (Religious systems)’’ (Matt. 21:28-32) — The Mysterious Husbandman parable — “Reveals kingdom was to be taken from the Jews!” (Matt. 21:33-46) — The Marriage Feast parable — “Many are called, but few are chosen!” — The Unfinished Tower parable — “One should count the cost if he would follow Christ!” (Luke 14:28-30)

Parables of instruction to true believers — The Candle parable — “The Disciples are to let their light shine!” (Matt. 5:14-16, Luke 8:16, 11:33-36) —The Good Samaritan parable ‘‘Answers question of who is one’s neighbor!” (Luke 10:30-37) The Three Loaves parable — “The effect of importunity in prayer!” (Luke 11:5-10) — The Widow and Unjust Judge parable — “The result of perseverance in prayer!” (Luke 18:1-8) — The Household Parable Brings Forth New and Old Treasure – “Varied methods of teaching the truth!” (Matt. 13:52)

Parable — The Sower parable — “Portrays Christ’s Word falls on four kinds of hearers!’’ (Matt. 13:3-23) — “First the seed is the word of God!” (Luke 8:11) — “Jesus sows the Word. Those who do not understand the Word in their heart, the devil taketh it away! — Those who hear in stoney places have not root when he is offended by tribulation or persecution because of the Word, he falls away!” — “Those who hear among the thorns, reveals the cares of life choke out the Word!” (Matt. 13:21-22) — “And he who receiveth the Word in good ground are those who bring forth good fruit!”— “They hear the Word and understand it and even some bring forth a hundredfold; these are the Lord’s children!” (Matt. 13:23) — “This reveals that in our age a great harvest is upon us!” Blessed are they who hear and keep the Word!” (Luke 11:28) — “Behold saith the Lord, I have promised them an open door — even now!” (Rev. 3:8) — “Parables are not for everyone, but for those who love a mystery and diligently search His Word!” — “Although we did not list all parables, we did a major listing for your research and benefit.

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