"The good soil represents the hearts of those who truly accept
God's message and produce a huge harvest--thirty, sixty, or even
a hundred times as much as had been planted". (Matthew 13:23)
In the parable of the farmer sowing seeds, we see the farmer
planting seeds on several types of soil. The last of the seeds
are sowed in good soil. This soil represents the hearts of those who
truly accept God's message and produce a huge harvest.
Well of course this all begs a question. Are you producing a huge
harvest? I know I ask this question often. I first have to ask what
constitutes a harvest? a lot of money, power, control, station in life,
or maybe lots of material things. If these things are a harvest then
I want out of the garden. I think a harvest is, after I have accepted
God's message, I mean truly accepted His message, I produce a
result received from acceptance of His message. In other words I
produce a harvest. What I produce is exciting because I am excited
about God's message. This harvest is rich and full of joy, this harvest
is full of love and acceptance, this harvest is from God and it brings
true joy in my life. The soil is good and I am good. I have a
suggestion for you, plant your seed on good soil and you will
receive the richest of harvest, you will receive a joy in God's
Thank you good that I am able to plant my seed on good soil.
Thank you for the Joy I receive from Your message. THANK YOU
GOD FOR BEING GOD!!!!!!!
Quaker, Pacifist Abolitionist, Feminist
"Let it be called the Great Spirit of the Indian, the Quaker
‘Inward Light' of George Fox, the ‘Blessed Mary,' Mother
of Jesus of the Catholics, or Brahman, the Hindu's God -
they will be one, and there will come to be such a faith a
and liberty as shall redeem the world."