Parable of the Sower

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Discipline:
Social Studies
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Religious Studies
Grade:
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Parable of the Sower

1. Depending on the type of person we are, we can either hear and not understand which is when evil comes and takes what was sown; we can hear and receive it with joy, but it only lasts for little time; we can hear but the material things quickly choke us and we bear nothing; we can hear and understand, and this is when we bear the fruit of the Kingdom of God.2. We learn that patience is key and everything we love must take time and in order for something great to come, we have to wait.3. In order for us to grasp what we can about the Kingdom, we must first grasp the concept of the Word and what exactly it means to us.

The Parable of the Sower expresses the living realities of the Kingdom of God. This parable explains how we live our lives and interpret the Word of God. It describes three different types of people and how the Word is received in their lives. The seed that falls on the rocky road is the person who receives the Word but doesn’t understand it, therefore, only lasting shortly. The see that falls among the thorns is the person who hears the Word but is so consumed in life and all its obstacles so they do not receive the Word at all. Finally, the seeds that fall in the good soil is the person who receives the Word, understands it, and is able to bear fruit from their knowledge of God.

Parable of the Sower

~The Parable of the Sower Summary~The sower scattered seeds in many places; among the path where birds ate them up, among the rocks with limited soil where they sprouted and then shriveled in the sun, among thorns which choked other plants and among good soil where the seeds finally produced crops. The sower is like the Kingdom of God, scattering the word of God. The seeds that fall in places with bad conditions represent people who listen to word of God but do not always understand it and the seeds that fall on good soil represent people who hear the word of God and understand it.

Holly Hesseltine: SummaryErica Hodges: PicturesCarolyn Mojica: quality of KOGEmily Salcido and Sara Gee: 3 Things the parable teaches about KOGShannon Patrick: Glog

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