The Seed That Fell among the Thorns

The seed that fell among the thorns represents those who hear God’s word, but all too quickly the message is crowded out by the worries of this life and the lure of wealth, so no fruit is produced. — Matthew 13:22

가시 떨기에 뿌리웠다는 것은 말씀을 들으나 세상의 염려와 재리의 유혹에 말씀이 막혀 결실치 못하는 자요 — 마태복음 13:22

El que recibió la semilla que cayó entre espinos es el que oye la palabra, pero las preocupaciones de esta vida y el engaño de las riquezas la ahogan, de modo que ésta no llega a dar fruto. — Mateo 13:22

Plant Your Seed in the Morning

Plant your seed in the morning and keep busy all afternoon, for you don’t know if profit will come from one activity or another—or maybe both.   — Ecclesiastes 11:6

너는 아침에 씨를 뿌리고 저녁에도 손을 거두지 말라 이것이 잘 될는지, 저것이 잘 될는지, 혹 둘이 다 잘 될는지 알지 못함이니라   — 전도서 11:6

Siembra tu semilla en la mañana, y no te des reposo por la tarde, pues nunca sabes cuál siembra saldrá mejor, si ésta o aquélla, o si ambas serán igual de buenas.   — Eclesiastes 11:6

 

 

The Seed That Fell on Good Soil

The seed that fell on good soil represents those who truly hear and understand God’s word and produce a harvest of thirty, sixty, or even a hundred times as much as had been planted!” — Matthew 13:23

좋은 땅에 뿌리웠다는 것은 말씀을 듣고 깨닫는 자니 결실하여 혹 백 배, 혹 육십 배, 혹 삼십 배가 되느니라 하시더라 — 마태복음 13:23

Pero el que recibió la semilla que cayó en buen terreno es el que oye la palabra y la entiende. Éste sí produce una cosecha al treinta, al sesenta y hasta al ciento por uno. — Mateo 13:23