By Andrew Wommack
Mark 4 is a tremendous chapter about the integrity God’s Word has—the power, the character, and the faith in it. There were at least ten parables taught during this one day. You have to compare Mark 4 with Matthew 13 and Luke 8 to come up with that. There were a number of parables, one of which was about the sower sowing seed. In Mark 4:26 it says, “So is the kingdom of God, as if a man should cast seed into the ground.” Remember that in verse 14 it says this seed is the Word of God. God isn’t really teaching you how to be a farmer, but is using a natural thing to illustrate spiritual truth. Verse 27 says, “And should sleep, and rise night and day, and the seed should spring and grow up, he knoweth not how.” Now, I believe that’s important. It says the man doesn’t really understand. He doesn’t know how this is happening. To read the full lesson text click
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