PIANO part from Parable No. 7 - Lazarus and the Rich Man [print up to 30]

Parables of Jesus

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[Note that the MP3 file includes the words, sung] This bright, jazzy piece is a real goer! It offers scope for a soloist in the role of the Rich Man, if desired. Hell is not a popular subject in churches today - nevertheess, Jesus used hell as the setting for a powerful lesson that we would all do well to heed. The rich man, in hell, still regards Lazarus as someone beneath him who might be sent to wait on his needs. He does show some concern for his own brothers, but would anyone really pay any attention to someone who came back from the dead? And do we pay any attention to Jesus, who did come back from the dead?

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