Something about the Prodigal Son
called both of us home.
The Holy Father identified another temptation that sets up obstacles to those who, like the prodigal son
, come to the father's house for mercy and bread: "the temptation to hostile inflexibility, that is, wanting to close oneself within the written word, (the letter) and not allowing oneself to be surprised by God, by the God of surprises, (the spirit); within the law, within the certitude of what we know and not of what we still need to learn and to achieve.
His fall from grace is a nod to music's modern prodigal son
, Pete Doherty.
A spokesman for manufacturers Falcon Games said they had stopped making the Return Of The Prodigal Son
jigsaw, so it would be impossible for them to provide the final piece.
In October 2008, Mounsey coached Barak in the role of the Siren for The George Balanchine Foundation's Interpreters Archive film of Prodigal Son
Almost everyone knows the Biblical story of the prodigal son
who runs away from home to recklessly spend his inheritance only to return penniless.
Our Gospel reading is the parable of the prodigal son
Shepard ties Buried Child not only to Desire under the Elms, but also to the parable of the Prodigal Son
There are others, of course, as he applies the biblical parable The Prodigal Son
to literature criticism.
He isn't the only prodigal son
to turn up as Nick returns the money Dot gave him at Christmas.
Diving into the turbulence of colour, which will reveal his destiny as an artist, young Harwan is ecstatic at his power to paint, and in that state of trance he approaches Rembrandt's painting The Return of the Prodigal Son
Jesus' parable of the Prodigal Son
recounts the misadventures of a young man from a well-to-do family who demands his inheritance early and proceeds to squander it on what the King James Version calls (with admirable economy of language) "riotous living.