Unformatted text preview: by Jesus in Mark 2:21-22 in the parable of the new wine and old wineskins. Jesus says that when new wine is made, they do not put it in old wineskins instead, they use new wineskins so that they do not crack. The wine represents the Kingdom of God and the old wineskins represent the old religious system. The Kingdom of God is something that one can enter with his soul. If a person has total faith in God and is willing live a good and moral life, he may enter the Kingdom and gain grace and salvation. The community of the Kingdom of God is one in which its members forgive each other and feel a sense of brotherhood. By entering the Kingdom of God, a person can figure out his life and discover God’s will for him. God rewards the members of the Kingdom through salvation by granting them admittance into Heaven....
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- Spring '07
- Christianity, Christian terms, Gospel of Luke, New Wine into Old Wineskins