The Sower’s Parable

The words that Jesus speaks to us are spirit and life. They are not meaningless and are not intended to be taken lightly. Although His words are already weighty in their meanings, Jesus emphasises His points with punchy lines like this one, “he that hath ears to hear, let him hear.” The parable of the Sower has been much spoken of and written about globally. Why would there be one more book to address this same subject? The answer, the use of another punchy line by Jesus, merits all the study and writing that can be done concerning this parable. Jesus said to them, “Don’t you understand this parable? How then will you understand any parable?” By these statements Jesus meant the following. First, if one cannot decipher the meaning of this parable, he/she is incapacitated in understanding any parable. What does that make of anyone who assumes that they understand other parables without an in-depth comprehension of this one? A liar or a delusional. Second, that this parable is the cornerstone with which all the other parables align and relay true meaning. This book digs deep into the hidden meanings of this parable and unlocks the reason why it is the key to understanding all parables.

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