Tell Me the Story of Jesus
Bible Study Program
Jesus Parable of the Sower Bible Study
The Parable of the Sower and the Seed Truth
Welcome to our very popular Christianity Oasis, Tell Me the Story of
Jesus Bible program. This is our Jesus Parable of the Sower Bible
study quest for truth concerning the strong warning of potential
danger shared within the parable of the sower and the seed told by
our Lord and Savior. The crucial, concerning and yet hope filled
message within this Jesus Parable of the sower Bible study will bring
forth understanding and then peace within.
Start our Tell Me the Story of Jesus
Bible Study from the beginning:
As we continue our Spiritual journey into the story of Jesus, we will
now look into the absolutely amazing Jesus Parable of the Sower and
the Seed. What is a parable? A parable is a short fictitious story
that shows a moral attitude or a religious belief. It's a comparison
in the form of an analogy. Jesus taught in parables much of the time.
In this Jesus Parable of the Sower Bible study shares the meaning of
the Parable of the Sower and the Seed story. Let's begin by taking a
little field trip out to the garden.
Jesus had His twelve Apostles with Him and crowds were gathered
together at the sea side where He was. Women who had been healed of
evil spirits and illnesses were there. Mary, called Magdalene, had
seven devils who Jesus cast out of her, Joanna who was the wife of
Herod's steward, Suzanna and many others ministered to Jesus. He got
into a ship and the people stood on the shore and listened as He told
the Parable of the Sower and the Seed.
Jesus said ... A gardener went out to plant. And when he planted,
some seeds fell along the way. They were stepped on and birds came
and devoured them up. Some fell on stony places where there wasn't
much dirt and they sprang up quickly because they weren't planted
deep. When the sun came up they were scorched because they didn't
have good roots and they withered away. Some fell amidst thorns and
the thorns grew and choked them. But some fell into good ground, and
produced fruit, some one hundredfold. He that has ears to hear, let
him hear (understand).
Jesus Parable of the Sower Bible study Point of Interest ... Now, we
will find out why Jesus spoke in parables; The Apostles came
up to Jesus and said, Why do you talk to them in parables? Jesus told
them, Because you're shown the hidden Truth of the Kingdom of Heaven
but to those who are without faith, all these things are done in
parables. Whoever has (faith), to him will be given more, and whoever
doesn't have (faith), from him will be taken away all that he has,
because they have eyes but don't see, and have ears but don't hear or
In them, the prophecy of Isaiah is fulfilled (Isaiah
6:9-13), By hearing you will hear, and will not understand; and
seeing you will see and will not perceive: Because these peoples'
heart is become callous and their ears are dull of hearing, and
they've closed their eyes; lest at any time they should see with
their eyes and hear with their ears, and should understand with their
heart, and should be converted, and I should heal them.
But blessed are your eyes, because they see, and your ears, because
they hear. Truly I say to you, many prophets and righteous men have
wanted to see the things that you see, and haven't seen them, and to
hear the things that you hear, and haven't heard them.
Jesus Parable of the Sower Bible Study Warning
The Parable of the Sower and the Seed Explained
Learn then, what the parable of the sower means. When anyone hears
the Word of the Kingdom and doesn't understand it, then the devil
comes and steals away what was sown in his heart. This is the person
who received seed that fell along the way. The one who received the
seed in stony places is the person who hears the Word, and
immediately receives it with joy, but he has no roots in himself. He
holds on for a little while but when tribulation or persecution arise
because of his beliefs, he stumbles.
Jesus continues with the Parable of the Sower and the Seed danger ...
Likewise, the one that received seed amidst the thorns is the person
who hears the Word, but the cares of this world and the deceitfulness
of wealth, choke the Word, and he can't produce fruit. But the one
that receives seed into good ground is the person that hears the
Word, understands it, bears fruit and spreads the Word to hundreds.
Our Jesus Parable of the Sower Bible study shares the truth that
Jesus isn't the kind of teacher who is giving you a surprise pop quiz
to see how much you understand. He grades you on your heart. Don't
expect to understand every verse in your Bible the very first time
you read them. If you don't, it doesn't mean that you're one of the
people who Jesus and Isaiah were talking about. Your desire to search
for the meaning of the parables is just as important as the parables
themselves and that's what makes you the good ground.
The astounding Jesus parable of the sower and the seed explains that
you are never to allow the devil's lies to convince you that you are
not worthy because of this reason or that reason. Our Lord is loving,
compassionate and gentle. He will wait as you grow in Faith. He loves
you and in this particular Jesus parable of the sower Bible study
story, He is trying to teach you to beware what you allow to creep
into your mind and heart.
Jesus Parable of the Sower Bible Study Advice ... Take good care of
your garden and always ponder upon the Jesus Parable of the Sower and
the Seed lesson from our Lord. Plant righteous seeds ... Read your
Bible, listen to good Christian music, read good Christian books,
etc. Water and fertilize often (pray), and God will do the increase
(make you grow as a Christian). Weed out the bad and you can expect
an abundant harvest that will feed your soul an hundredfold and you
can share it with others.
Our Jesus parable of the sower Bible study teaches us to watch what
we allow to be planted within our minds as it is comparable to the
Parable of the Sower and the Seed story where the outcome depends on
your spiritual gardening skills. Protect the garden of your mind and
thereby your soul, by renewing
There is a force out there that is attempting to overtake us all; it is Satan. There is another force that is protecting us from him; it is the Holy Spirit. It is a battle for souls. This battle is called Spiritual Warfare, and like it or not, you are right in the middle of it.
How to Prepare for Spiritual Warfare