Fr. Ron Rolheiser captures another Parable based on seeds found in his column about the Parable of the Sower. (Yesterday, I posted about how we see in our world a real life example of the Parable of the Wheat).
“We see this in the parable of the Sower. God, the sower, goes out to sow and he scatters his seed generously, almost wastefully, everywhere – on the road, among the rocks, among the thorns, on bad soil, and on rich soil. No farmer would ever do this. Who would waste seed on soil that can never produce a harvest? God, it seems, doesn’t ask that question but simply keeps scattering his seed everywhere, over-generously, without calculating whether it is a good investment or not in terms of return. And, it seems, God has an infinite number of seeds to scatter, perpetually, everywhere. God is prodigious beyond imagination.” (To read the full article).
How do I feel about God’s infinite number of seeds to scatter?
Where have I experienced growth of one of the seeds God has scattered?