Sunday Morning Sermon for 8/28/11

We had a great time together in the Lord this past Sunday.  My mind was a little distracted because my youngest child was in the hospital over the weekend and I was running on fumes part of the time.  Despite that, I was energized at the opportunity to preach the Word.  We are still talking about discipleship and this sermon highlights the parable of the sower as a picture of four kinds of beginning disciples.  Notes are available below the audio play link.  May God richly bless you through His Word.

The Parable of the Sower and the Seed

Sermon notes 8/28/11

Mark 4:1-20

  1. A Keystone Parable

    1. If they didn’t understand this one they wouldn’t understand any parables – v. 13

    2. The meaning of seeing and hearing without “seeing” and “hearing”

      1. Isaiah 6:9-10

      2. Isaiah 42:18-25

      3. Ezekiel 12:2

    3. The Hebrew word Shema – hear and obey

  2. The Word is the Seed – v. 14

    1. Isaiah 55:9-11

    2. God’s Word must be planted in your life

  3. Four types of soil and four types of hearers

    1. The path –

    2. Rocky ground –

    3. Thorny ground –

    4. Good soil –

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