About the Book
The baptism of repentance begins with eleven parables from the New Testament scriptures of the gospel and completes with two parables from the Old Testament scriptures of the prophet. We begin understanding through the parable of the pounds, the significance of preaching the baptism of repentance to our enemies. We progress to the parables of the treasure hid in the field, a merchant seeking pearls, a net cast in the sea, and a householder man bringing old and new treasure forth. We are reminded our position with the parable of the candle, through the sufferings, persecutions, and tribulations of this world, we are the candlesticks on the lamp stand, firmly set into place, whose light burns with the holy anointing oil of the Ruach HaKodesh. We are encouraged to wear holy garments in the parable of the cloth; having done away with the filthy garments, receiving a pure change of raiment. We learn through the parable of leaven, how to consider our offences prior to the manifestation of unrighteousness; that we may abide a new lump and keep the mitzvot of matzah. We advance to the enlightenment of spiritual understandings through natural concepts with the parables of the sower and the seeds. We provide all things honest with humbleness of mind in the parable of the fig tree by harvesting fruit to glorify Adonai Tzva’ot. We finish with the parables of the potter and the clay, bringing into remembrance the tender mercies of God and the LORD’s desire for all souls to be saved. For this is the Kingdom of heaven liken parables, “lest a man shall be baptized in the name of the Father, in the name of the Son, in the name of the Holy Ghost.” Amen.