This is the finish to last week's message. Started with a little recap of last week's message and then moved into the rest of the sermon. The challenge is to live by the word, believe the word. The Kingdom of God is extremely important, more than is being recognized.
Jesus uses the mustard seed as an example of how the kingdom of God starts small, but becomes huge as shown in the picture. The Kingdom of God in us is growing and in the world is growing. One day it will fill the whole earth.
There is danger in the world. We live in dangerous times. However, Jesus speaks of the Kingdom of God and how the soil is good, the seed is good, but there is an enemy who sows Tares in the Kingdom of God. There is danger not only in the world, but there are dangers in the church, in Christianity.
Pastor Bill share from Luke 8 and Jesus' teaching about the Sower, the Seed, and the soil that receives the seed. There are mysteries which the good soil can receive. Some will hear and not perceive and see but not see.