The Parable of the Sower

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The principle of sowing and reaping found in Galatians, Chapter 6, is a universal principle which is relevant to all humankind; past, present, and future. This study considers the Parable of the Sower in conjunction with this principle, proposing a unique theory you may have never considered. More
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About Jack Marshall

I was born in California in 1957, but raised in Oklahoma, where my experience with Christianity began at the age of 19. After several years of attending various denominational and non-denominational churches, my love for the Bible and desire to understand the scriptures became a vital part of my life. Ordained in my twenties, I spent several years ministering in homes, jails, and churches. Through in-depth study for the past 40 years, I have discovered that the message of scripture is truly one of hope, love, and encouragement for the entire world.

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Alan Fuller reviewed on on June 2, 2019

The author looks at the parable of the sower and compares it to biblical dispensations. He notes the four types of ground in the parable and examines the importance of the number four, such as the four seasons. The significance of ripened grain or fruit is the manifestation of spiritual wisdom. Sowing and reaping is the process of personal salvation. Endurance of tribulation is like spiritual birth pangs.

"So the resurrection of the dead will be a resurrection of spirit, an inward transformation by the Spirit of God that will awaken some to righteousness." p. 91
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