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We all should be grateful to “The Word” that was made flesh and walked among men. Mattithyahu 13:3: This verse tells me that I first have to see, second that the Apostle had to go to sow. Now if I sow on good ground they will multiply and produce more seed, so I have to sow the word on good ground (those who will see and ears to hear).
In Marqos 4:14 the Messiah states this: “The sower sows the word. Every farmer knows to sow seed in good ground, not on rocks, waysides or in places where it is concealed, nor in thorny places that will not grow the seed. Messiah was the seed that was planted in the virgin, he came forth and sowed his word. He told his Disciples to follow me and I will make you fisher of men (not fish).
With a good net catch food acceptable to him in the kingdom to come which is mankind and not fish. In 2nd Corinthians 9:6 and 7, Sha’ul is not referring to money, Shu’ul did not take money to preach, he discussed this in 2nd Thessalonians 3:6-18. He ate his won bread, received no pay and was a burden to no one (society). Sha’ul was saying if one sowed the “Word” sparingly (little effort in telling the good news) you will not reap a harvest of people (believer) because only people got to heaven, not the church building. For everyone you witness to you will be rewarded in heaven for the effort (work).