Magnum Opus is the term applied to an artist’s greatest, most renowned work. For Leonardo Da Vinci, his Magnum Opus is thought to be his painting of the Mona Lisa. Many believe that Michelangelo’s Magnum Opus is the Pieta, his sculpture of the crucified Christ draped over His mother’s arms. For Jesus, the master painter of word pictures, His Magnum Opus is His word picture known as the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
Embedded within the Parable of the Good Samaritan is a hidden secret meaning that was placed there by Jesus to conceal it from His enemies. Like a priceless hidden treasure, the meaning has remained buried for centuries awaiting its discovery.
In Hidden Treasure: The True Meaning Behind the Parable of the Good Samaritan, Dr. Cash peels back the layers of the parable and reveals the priceless treasure hidden within. The hidden meaning once revealed, involves the identity of the Samaritan as well as the key to eternal life.