The sower and the seed. He who has ears, let him hear. Matthew 13 and Luke 8

by Hylan Slobodkin

December 3, 2016

Yeshua used common things like, salt, bread and sheep to teach spiritual truths about Him, and about the Kingdom of God. They were easy to relate to and understand. Parables on the on the other hand, were not always easy to understand and needed explanation. So why would Yeshua teach in parables, giving the Interpretation to His disciples, but not to others? We’re not left to wonder. He tells us why. In this parable, we have four kinds of soil. And ¾ of the seed doesn’t grow. It dies. Nothing wrong with the seed. The seed isn’t the problem. The problem is the soil.
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