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Why did Jesus spend more time speaking on the sowing of good seed than any other parable lesson? Why is sowing good seed so important for spiritual wholeness? THE SEED is a compact text (40,00 words) that teaches how to abundantly sow good seed, and abundantly harvest. REVOLUTIONIZE your life by the sowing of good seed!

 

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THE SEED

How To Sow Good Seed and Prosper

What do I sow? What do I reap? These are two questions every man and woman must resolve within his or her life. How you sow and how you reap will become the life you live.  The central practice of the Way is to sow good seed.

Intended as a hands-on working manual anyone may understand and use, THE SEED discusses sowing good seed for a better life– personally, spiritually and in our physical endeavors. Written in a step by step format, it is intended to assist any soul on his or her spiritual pathway.

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THE WAY

Jesus the Nazarene gives us the final interpretation of the Law and the Prophets–the Way. The Way is referred to in the Dead Sea Scrolls, giving credence to its long-standing existence and impact, and is attested to by Paul in Acts 24.14: “… that according to the Way which they call a sect, so I worship the God of my fathers, believing all things which are written in the Law and in the Prophets.” Receiving his priesthood training in Arabia (Gal. 1.17), Paul also taught the basic principles of the Way. The Way became the transitional teaching of the early church, long before the formation of the orthodoxy.

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  • The Way: Basic practices of the Way

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