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Sermon Title: Words and Seeds

(Matthew 13:1-9, Matthew 13:18-23)

Rev. Erik Kindem, July 16, 2017

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In our age, words are losing their meaning. They stream at us from Internet, TV and radio. Their sheer volume on social media overwhelms us. We are surrounded by words, but the greater their number the lesser their capacity for value and meaning.

The words we find in the mouth of Jesus are an antidote to all the trivial and empty words that pile up all around us.

Jesus—whom the New Testament calls THE WORD BECOME FLESH—used words to paint pictures. We call those word-pictures parables, and the 13th Chapter of Matthew is chock-full of them, beginning with today’s parable of the Sower.

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