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The Parable of the Sower Mark 4 1-9 13-20 Websters dictionary defines a parable as a story that illustrates a moral lesson In Mark 4 1-9 13-20 Mark depicts Jesus preaching The Parable of the Sower by the sea to a crowd so enormous that Jesus was forced to preach in a boat in order to give himself space In Marks version of The Parable of the Sower Jesus moral lesson or main point was to show how different people respond to his word Teachings and to show what happens when good Christians receive the word of the Lord and act accordingly There are many different interpretations of the purpose of this parable however all consist of the same moral lesson The Moral lesson of The Parable of the Sower can be applied to todays society in many ways The parable could relate to the way people refer to themselves as Christians but do not act accordingly It could also be applied to Christians who attend mass but do not apply Christs teachings in everyday life A proper example of the parable is portrayed in the lives of missionaries and ordained members of the church The sower Jesus casts out numerous seeds Teachings but how many of the surfaces Listeners of which they are cast upon allow the seeds Teachings to prosper and grow In Marks version of The Parable of the Sower Jesus moral lesson or main point was to show how different people respond to Gods Word and to show what happens when good Christians receive the word of the Lord and act accordingly Jesus taught his moral lesson by comparing himself to a sower his word to seeds and different types of people to soil Mark 4 1-913-20 Jesus spread his seeds word to all types of soil People Jesus spread his seeds Word on the path rocky soil thorns and good soil Mark 4 3-8 The first two soils
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