Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Feb 28, 2018
The parable of the sower, or more appropriately the Seed, is a parable about truth and what happens when truth is rejected. Ultimately, it's a parable of encouragement.
We’re going to be in Mark 4 this morning. Most historians agree that the book of Mark, in a sense, is Simon Peter’s autobiography. Mark wrote his epistles based on his conversations with Peter. So, when you read Mark look at how choppy it is. It’s not like the book of Luke which sacrifices few