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  • Finding Hope In The Storm PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 28, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    To encourage believers to trust in God's plan and find peace, hope, and strength in their faith, even in difficult times.

    Good morning, family. Today, we're going to dig deep into Matthew 13, a chapter loaded with wisdom for those of us going through some storms, seeking hope in difficult times, and learning to lean on the power of faith when everything seems to be in turmoil. You know, I'm reminded of a quote from more

  • The Sower & The Seed - The Wheat & The Tares

    Contributed by Leslie Trombly on May 14, 2001
    based on 34 ratings

    Understanding the meaning of The Sower& The Seed,The Wheat & The Tares

    Biblical Reference: Matthew 13:10-40 The Sower and The Seed: ------------------------------------- There are those who sow Godly Seeds and those who sow Seeds of Deception and evil and there is a separation of the Godly and the unGodly. The Seed of the Word of God was Sown and yet it didn’t take more

  • The Sower

    Contributed by John Kapteyn on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 95 ratings

    Kingdom of heaven is like seed being sown. This includes seed sown is us to yield a harvest and us being sown as well.

    Introductory Considerations 1. How could anyone not understand? The message of salvation is a simple one. The story of God’s great persistent love for us and the story of our rebellion. 2. And yet there are times when we try to share what it means with others and somehow they don’t understand - more

  • Get The Soil Right PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Nov 4, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon explores understanding God's Word through the Parable of the Sower, emphasizing personal responsibility for spiritual growth and receptiveness to God's teachings.

    Hey there, family! I'm so glad to see all of you here today, ready to dig into the Word of God. I hope you're all doing well and are eager to see what God has in store for us today. Before we get started, I'd like to share a quote with you from a respected Christian author, A.W. Tozer. He once more

  • A Kingdom Of The Receptive

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 178 ratings

    The parable of the sower shows us how we are to receive the good news of Jesus Christ

    A Kingdom of the Receptive Matthew 13.1-17 September 14, 1997 Morning Service Introduction I. Ben Franklin’s Field of Plaster: Ben Franklin was known for his outrageous experiments, one such experiment revealed that plaster could be sown with crops to help them grow, when he shared his discovery more

  • Participation In The Process Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on May 28, 2003
    based on 17 ratings

    Since we are God’s method, we need to be aware of God’s process. Sometimes He uses us to cultivate the soil of people’s lives. Other times, we have the opportunity to sow by sharing the gospel message. And, on occasion, we have the privilege of partici

    Participating in the Process Rev. Brian Bill 2/18/01 I want to begin with a test this morning. Q: Before Mount Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain on earth? A: Mount Everest, it just hadn’t been discovered. Q: A child is born in Boston to parents who were both born in more

  • Reasons Why The Kingdom Of God Remains A Mystery (A Hidden Truth) To Many

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 3, 2003
    based on 65 ratings

    Let us remember that unless we use what we have we will eventually lose our understanding of God’s will and truth. It is a basic, fundamental law of life. That is the great principle upon which God operates to govern human lives and human history. "To him

    Isaiah 65:2.Reasons Why The Kingdom of God Remains a Mystery (A Hidden Truth) To Many 1. Truth is only understood when it is perceived through spiritual eyes. (I Cor. 2:14-16) Unless a person has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ they will consider the talk about the kingdom of God as more

  • Le Semeur

    Contributed by Créteur Fabien on Feb 24, 2005

    Some notes From Mat 13/1-23

    LA PARABOLE DU SEUMEUR Lecture : Mat 13/1-23 ¶Voici une image que n’importe qui en Palestine comprendrait. ¶Ici nous voyons réellement employer de Jésus ici ¶La version donne :¶"un semeur est sorti pour semer." ¶Le Grec n’est pas un semeur, mais :¶"le semeur est sorti pour semer."¶ ¶Ce qui dans more

  • Faith, Where, When, How.

    Contributed by Mark Baker on Jun 30, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Where is faith, when is faith, and how does faith come.

    Where faith comes from! Mt. 13:3. And he told them many things in parables, saying: "A sower went out to sow. 4. And as he sowed, some seeds fell along the path, and the birds came more

  • The Parable Of The Seed

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jul 2, 2005
    based on 30 ratings

    The distance been the ear and the heart is a mighty long one

    SMB 03-07-05 NR 10-07-05 Story: In the 19th Century (before radar was invented) ships avoided each other by looking out for beacons or lights on other ships. And they communicated with each other by flashing messages to each other by light in a sort of Morse code. One day a battleship was more

  • Why Did Jesus Teach In Parables?

    Contributed by William Mouser on Jul 23, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    By teaching in parables, Jesus simultaneously revealed truths to his disciples, and concealed truth about himself from those whose hardened hearts had already rejected it.

    Isaiah 6:1-10, Romans 11:1-11, Matt. 13:1-3, 10-16 Why Parables? In preparation for today’s homily, I went to Amazon on the internet and punched up all the titles they had with the word “parable” in them. I got about a thousand hits. Next, I requested a listing of all the titles they had more

  • The Parable Of The Sower, The Seed And The Soils

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Jul 27, 2005
    based on 127 ratings

    Jesus explains the conditions of entry into God’s Kingdom - He is the Sower, the Seed is His Word and men and women are the Soil, either "Bad-Soil" - along the Path: responding NO; on the Rock: YES & NO; among Thorns: YES BUT; or "Good-Soil" : YES!

    The first recorded parable of Jesus is “The Parable of the Sower” (Matthew 13:1-23) but it’s equally the story of the seed and the soils. Earlier that day He’d had a confrontation with the Pharisees and religious lawyers about His claim to be the Son of Man and the great gulf that separated them more

  • The Principle Of Evangelism Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Apr 12, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    If we are going to be effective in evangelism, we must know the soil we are planting the Word into.

    INTRODUCTION SLIDE #1 The way we build God’s church is by reaching people. There is no other way to build the church other than to reach people. We cannot evangelize cats, dogs or any other object other than people. What is the best approach to use with people? Will we reach all people with more

  • The Parable Of The Sower And The Seed Series

    Contributed by Warren Lamb on Jun 22, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Today we have the first occasion where Matthew uses the word parable. And, as we have seen in the past, the first time that something occurs in the Bible is very important to note and pay special attention to.

    The Kingdom Of Heaven Is Like… – Part 1 The Parable Of The Sower And The Seed Matthew 13:1-23 The very first phrase of the first verse of our passage today says a great deal about our Lord and His approach to ministry. We have already seen what a full day He has had. We know from the flow of the more

  • Picture This: A Farmer Planting Seeds Series

    Contributed by John Braland on Apr 2, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    A parable is a story that reveals a deeper meaning and Jesus was a master storyteller. He spoke in parables all the time because people like stories and we remember them. And when he applied spiritual truth to his parables they were easy for people to u

    Max Lucado tells the story like this: The faces of the three men were solemn as the mayor informed them of the catastrophe. “The rains have washed away the bridge. During the night many cars drove over the edge and into the river.” “What can we do?” asked one. “You must stand on the side of the more