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How to lead a Fruitful and faithful Christian life

Updated on November 11, 2013

Fruitful Christin.

Mathew 13:8 "Still other seed fell on good soil, where it produced a crop—a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown".

There is a saying in English "Something is better than nothing"  This is against what is taught by the Bible. Bible says Rev. 3:15-16 “I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth.” God does not want you to be in a lukewarm state. Either you be hot or cold.

Here we are talking about the seed, It produced a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown. Sometimes I wonder why it is in the reducing order. Then I found, when someone come to Christ he will produce a hundred times fruits. During the course of time his faith grow cold and produce only sixty times fruits. Again during the course of time faith grow cold and produce only thirty times fruits.

In Mark 4:8 it says in the reverse order “Still other seed fell on good soil. It came up, grew and produced a crop, multiplying thirty, sixty, or even a hundred times." It talk about the people who's faith grow hot.

The thing is that you should understand the word and it should grow. If it is not growing, as said in Mathew 13: 19 Satan will take it away. “When anyone hears the message about the kingdom and does not understand it, the evil one comes and snatches away what was sown in his heart. This is the seed sown along the path.”

That means if you are not understanding what is told about the kingdom of God, Satan will take it away from you. There please try to understand what is told about the Kingdom of God.

Mathew 13:4 it was said like this: “A farmer went out to sow his seed. As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up.” Here it was birds, but when it explained at Matehew 13:19 these birds are symbolized for Satan.

These birds or Satan are not invited by the farmer. There was no invitation or notice that in a particular date and day the farmer will sow the seed. Still they are present there for the seed, to take it away or eat.

The farmer has no intention to sow the seed in the road. He went to his field which was prepared for sowing. And the Satan could not take the seeds that fell on the good ground which prepared for the sowing. It says that “some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up.” The farmer does not have any intention to sow the seed on the path. Then how it fell on the path. That is the question?

Lest us look at these paths in the good field. These paths are made up due to continues walk on these field for different purposes. Walking regularly in the same route will create a foot path in the field. For years, people are walking through these field, in the same route. And it became a path.

This path may be your tradition, or imagination or mind setup which will not accept any other thoughts or doctrines.

Let me explain it: In India An educated man was watching the children. The children in the neighborhood were playing family life. As party of their pay the girls made food, while husbands(boys) went out for work. Their children(small kids) went to school. When the boys returned after work, the girls invited the boys to have dinner. After having dinner one boy got up and beat his wife. The wise man who was watching the children got curious and asked about it. Then he understand from the boy that his father used to come home after drinking alcohol and after dinner he usually beat his wife. In this boy's mind, the thought of beating his wife after dinner is set up. Till he replace this mind set up he will not be able to lead a good family life.

We all have the same kind of mind setup or tradition or thought process. If you are turned to this kind of thought process or if your under such believes, no one can bring a change in to your life. Even Jesus himself came and preach to you, it won't make a difference. Unless you change your thought process, - the foot path you created in your heart through the experience of many years – no one can make a change in your life. These are the foot paths where the seed fell. If you change these foot paths in to a fertile filed, birds will not be able to take the seeds from there and you will yield a thirty, sixty or hundred times fruits. These foot paths needs to be changed into fertile Land.

Old thoughts and deeds are to be changed. Old cloth and new cloth will not match. Old wine will pour into a new wineskin. These foot paths needs to be ploughed up. Then only these seeds will be able to grow deep down as well as grow up wards.

May God bless you.


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      eddie mack 6 years ago

      thank god for laymens terms to better understand gods word.god bless all who made this possible.

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      sofs 7 years ago

      I have been meaning to do some reading for sometime.. I finally got around to do it.. I like the simple way you tell the whole message... with all those scriptures you quoted, this one pops into my mind Romans 12:2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God!!

      If your mind is not transformed you go back to your old methods of doing things! Great!

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      russell 7 years ago

      thank you for this will help me alot. God Bless you

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      jacobkuttyta 7 years ago from Delhi, India

      Thanks Larry for your kind promotion.

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      Larry 8 years ago

      Thanks jacobkuttyta ;

      Awesome hub, I will forward this to everyone on my list.

      Everyone can benefit from this writing.

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      jacobkuttyta 8 years ago from Delhi, India

      Thanks all for your visits and comments

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      christinecook 8 years ago

      yes you are right,by leaning on Him even when we do not understand,He will bring us through. Jesus what a wonderful friend

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      dyonder 8 years ago from Colorado

      Though the names may change truth is just that which is always needed. Thank you for sharing and enhancing this text from Christianity's holy book with a new parable. Though not a follower myself, I keep and read my Great Grandfather's Bible wherever the winds take me, appreciating its inherent lessons.

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      DeBorrah K Ogans 8 years ago


      Thank you! This was a nice hub!

      Jesus really does make a difference in our lives. You are right this is a great example about the sowing of seeds. And yes, you can tell a tree by the fruit it bears!

      Thank you for sharing

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      jacobkuttyta 8 years ago from Delhi, India

      Chin Chin, Thanks for your comment

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      Chin chin 8 years ago from Philippines

      You shall know the tree by its fruit. If Christians don't bear any fruit, his Christianity is really questionable. You're right, this change is possible through a committed decision (thought process) to follow what Jesus teaches. God bless!


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