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Today's Scripture Guidance


Matthew 13:3-4 & 18-19

Then Jesus told them (the large crowd of people) many things in parables (a short story to teach Christian principles), saying, "A farmer went out to sow his seed.

As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up."

"Listen then to what the parable of the sower means:

When anyone hears the message about the Kingdom (of God) and does not understand it; the evil one (Satan) comes and snatches away what was sown in their heart."


In today's Scripture..., the great servant of Jesus, the apostle Matthew; tells us of the time that Jesus utilized parables to teach people about the Word of God.  Amen!  After speaking the parable, Jesus disciples (His servants) wanted to know why He utilized these short stories.  And Jesus began teaching His servants about ministering the Gospel of Jesus; and helping His servants to understand that not all people will truly accept Jesus..., and very few will believe in Jesus enough to become His servants, and truly bear fruit for the Kingdom of God!  Hallelujah!  Jesus is speaking to His servants today..., just as He spoke to His servants then!  Glory Hallelujah!  The parable that Jesus spoke, is not only about those who hear the Word..., it is also a lesson for the servant of Jesus that teaches the Word!  Amen!  In fact, the sower in the parable..., represents the servant of Jesus!  Amen again!  Jesus is teaching His servants with this parable!  For His servants are the ones who have ears; for Jesus is only explaining the meaning of the parable to His servants!  And Jesus is saying to His servants..., "He who has ears to hear..., let him hear!"  Glory to God!  Jesus servants have ears (knowledge)..., so let them hear (gain wisdom).  Thank you Jesus for teaching us today!  Our Scripture begins with Jesus speaking to the crowd, saying..., Then Jesus told them (the large crowd of people) many things in parables (a short story to teach Christian principles), saying, "A farmer went out to sow his seed."  As a servant of Jesus, you are the working farmer..., and your work is to sow seeds to bear fruit for the Kingdom of God!  Amen!  Our Word continues with Jesus teaching His servants to realize that each person that they sow the seed of the Gospel of Jesus to, reacts differently to the seed, saying..., "As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up."  Jesus is speaking to His servants!  Not all of your seed will bear fruit.  Some of your seed will go to some, and be quickly taken away from them.  Amen again!  And the Word of God concludes with Jesus teaching His servants, to..., "Listen then to what the parable of the sower means: When anyone hears the message about the Kingdom (of God) and does not understand it; the evil one (Satan) comes and snatches away what was sown in their heart."  The sower (servant of Jesus) must understand that when we teach the Gospel of Jesus, and the listener does not quite understand it; Satan sees that..., and quickly attacks the listener with temptations of the earth to turn them completely from the seed that was given to them.  Yet the sower must keep on sowing!  Hallelujah!  He who has ears to hear..., let them hear!  Amen.

Today..., Our Scripture is speaking to, and teaching the servants of Jesus Christ.  The apostle Matthew tells us that Jesus utilized parables to teach people about the Word of God.  Amen!  Jesus disciples (His servants) wanted to know why He utilized these short stories.  And Jesus began teaching His servants about ministering the Gospel of Jesus; and helping His servants to understand that not all people will truly accept Jesus..., and very few will believe in Jesus enough to become His servants, and truly bear fruit for the Kingdom of God!  Hallelujah!  Jesus is teaching His servants today..., just as He taught His servants then!  Glory Hallelujah!  The parable that Jesus spoke is also a lesson for the servant of Jesus that teaches the Word!  Amen!  In fact, the sower in the parable..., represents the servant of Jesus!  Amen again!  Jesus is teaching His servants with this parable!  For His servants are the ones who have ears; for Jesus is only explaining the meaning of the parable to His servants!  And Jesus is saying to His servants..., "He who has ears to hear..., let him hear!"  Glory to God!  Jesus servants have ears (knowledge)..., so let them hear (gain wisdom).  Hallelujah!  Our Scripture begins with Jesus speaking to the crowd, saying..., Then Jesus told them (the large crowd of people) many things in parables (a short story to teach Christian principles), saying, "A farmer went out to sow his seed."  As a servant of Jesus, you are the working farmer..., and your work is to sow seeds to bear fruit for the Kingdom of God!  Amen!  Wherever Jesus sends us to, as His servant..., we are to sow seeds!  That is the work that Jesus calls us to do..., no matter what the exact assignment is.  You are His servant; a farmer of His land..., and you are to sow seeds!  Jesus is speaking to His servants!  The sower must keep on sowing!  He who has ears to hear..., let them hear!  Amen.

Today..., our Word is speaking to the servants of Jesus Christ.  Jesus is teaching us that we serve Him, so that others will come to understand the Gospel of Jesus, and that they can be forgiven for their sins; redeemed to God..., and receive salvation from God!  Amen!  As a servant we must understand that our service is about getting those who do not understand the Word, to understand the Gospel of Jesus..., so that they can be saved!  Hallelujah!  Jesus is the first Teacher of the Gospel of Jesus!  Glory Hallelujah!  And Jesus utilized parables to teach people.  Amen!  Jesus disciples (His servants) wanted to know why He utilized these short stories.  And Jesus began teaching His servants about ministering the Gospel of Jesus!  Hallelujah!  The parable that Jesus spoke is a guide for the servant of Jesus that teaches the Word!  Amen!  In fact, the sower in the parable..., represents the servant of Jesus!  Amen again!  Jesus is teaching His servants with this parable!  And Jesus is saying to His servants..., "He who has ears to hear..., let him hear!"  Glory to God!  Jesus servants have ears (knowledge)..., so let them hear (gain wisdom).  Hallelujah!  As a servant of Jesus, you are the working farmer..., and your work is to sow seeds to bear fruit for the Kingdom of God!  Amen!  Our Word continues with Jesus teaching His servants to realize that each person that they sow the seed of the Gospel of Jesus to, reacts differently to the seed, saying..., "As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up."  Jesus is speaking to His servants!  Not all of your seed will bear fruit.  Some of your seed will go to some, and be quickly taken away from them.  Amen again!   As a servant of Jesus, our job is to sow seeds!  And as we sow seeds some will fall on people, but they will not receive the seed into their heart..., because they do not truly understand what you have given them.  And the enemy, Satan is watching you sow seeds; so that when you pass by..., he can steal the seed away!  Satan wants to get to where you have sowed the seed, before you can put water and fertilizer on it!  For that is his best chance to take the seed away..., before the servant can continue to teach and guide utilizing the Word of God..., which is to water and fertilize!  Yet, the sower must keep on sowing!  He who has ears to hear..., let them hear!  Amen.

Today..., the Word of God is speaking to the servants of Jesus Christ.  Jesus is teaching us that we serve Him, so that others will come to understand the Gospel of Jesus, and that they can be forgiven for their sins; redeemed to God..., and receive salvation from God!  Amen!  As a servant we must understand that our service is about getting those who do not understand the Word, to understand the Gospel of Jesus..., so that they can be saved!  Hallelujah!  Jesus is the first Teacher of the Gospel of Jesus!  Glory Hallelujah!  And Jesus utilized parables to teach people.  Amen!  Jesus disciples (His servants) wanted to know why He utilized these short stories.  And Jesus began teaching His servants about ministering the Gospel of Jesus!  Hallelujah!  The parable that Jesus spoke is a guide for the servant of Jesus that teaches the Word!  Amen!  In fact, the sower in the parable..., represents the servant of Jesus!  Amen again!  Jesus is teaching His servants with this parable!  And Jesus is saying to His servants..., "He who has ears to hear..., let him hear!"  Glory to God!  Jesus servants have ears (knowledge)..., so let them hear (gain wisdom).  Hallelujah!  As a servant of Jesus, you are the working farmer..., and your work is to sow seeds to bear fruit for the Kingdom of God!  Amen!  Jesus is speaking to His servants!  Not all of your seed will bear fruit.  Some of your seed will go to some, and be quickly taken away from them.  Amen again!  And the Word of God concludes with Jesus teaching His servants, to..., "Listen then to what the parable of the sower means: When anyone hears the message about the Kingdom (of God) and does not understand it; the evil one (Satan) comes and snatches away what was sown in their heart."  The sower (servant of Jesus) must understand that when we teach the Gospel of Jesus, and the listener does not quite understand it; Satan sees that..., and quickly attacks the listener with temptations of the earth to turn them completely from the seed that was given to them.  Yet the sower must keep on sowing!  Hallelujah!  Jesus is speaking to His servants!  He who has ears to hear..., let them hear!  Amen.

Today..., Jesus is teaching His servants that our job is to sow the seeds of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to as many people as we can, and to do it in a way that they will understand it.  Yet..., not everyone who the seed lands on will receive, and hold on to the seed.  Amen!  For some of the seed you sow will land on people who do not quite understand the Gospel of Jesus, and they will be quickly distracted by Satan's lies..., and their interest in the Gospel of Jesus will leave them.  But you are still the sower of seeds..., so keep on sowing the seeds!   Today..., Jesus is speaking to His servants!  He who has ears to hear..., let them hear!  Amen.

YOU ARE A CHILD OF CHRIST!!!