The Valley of Lost Things, III: Lost and Found

Eastertide Sermons

May 7, 2023 • William A. Evertsberg • Luke 15:11–24

Have you noticed that Shakespeare based his magnum opus, King Lear, on the same ini­tial plot device as Jesus’ little parable? Foolishly, a man divides his inheritance to his heirs prematurely, while he is still alive. A man had two sons. A man had three daughters. All our stories begin this way, or most of them, because this is what is most precious to us, and most distressing.

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