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Continuing on the parable of the sower we now look the stony places. Matthew 13:3 - 9; Mark 4:3 - 20
In the parable of the sower, Matthew 13, Christ represents the different results of the sowing as depending upon the soil.
The thorns of sin will grow in any soil; they need no cultivation, but grace must be carefully cultivated.
If this were my last breath, what would I do with it?
Continuing on the parable of the sower we now look at the different soils.
Faith in stories that have been passed down through time contains both danger and opportunity.
When the word of God is set aside, its power to restrain the evil passions is rejected.
Christ came to sow the world with truth.
We are taught to put our faith into love
So those who are called to unite with Christ must be prepared to leave all, in order to follow Him.
Like a sower in the field, Christ came to scatter the heavenly grain of truth to illustrate the things of the kingdom of heaven.
Jesus used parables linking divine truth with - the shepherd, the builder,…
Zen work, or spiritual work, or freedom work is alive and well and living in every one of our crises of faith.
Daniel’s messages are rich in faithfulness, in prophecy and encouraging messages
I am encouraged by the fact that no matter what the circumstances I am never alone.
It is possible that they are angels