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On the Fourth Attempt

 One day Jesus Christ left home and sat by the Sea. People began gathering, he got on his boat while the people remained at the shoreline. And he began to tell them stories.  The story of the Sower.

A sower gave out to sow.

The birds came along and ate the seed.

Another seed fell on the rocks, where there was little no Earth or dirt for the seed.

The Sun came and scorched the seed.

Another seed fell on the thistles and got eaten by the thistles or thistles invaded it.

One fell Good Earth, only one of the four seed bear fruit.

Seeds bear fruit, the one seed produced, 100 or more, another 60, another 30.

Only God Yahweh Elohim can multiply.

He who has ears then listen.

Jesus Christ does not tell us whether there were four attempts or not. That was not his point. Jesus Christ teaches being ordained to do the Heavenly orders. How to be Divine. If you want to enter the Kingdom one not just be knowledgeable about the Word of God but perfect it. Like the Creator did. One may say that he was teaching the laws of science but really all Jesus Christ was teaching was perfection through imitation of Christ by Understand the Word of God.

The Parable of the Sower is a parable of Jesus found in Matthew 13:1–23, Mark 4:1–20, Luke 8:4–15

The Parable of the Sower is viewed as exactly what Jesus Christ  answered to the disciples. Why do you speak to them in Parables?  He answered:

to you it has been granted to know the mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven, but to them it has not been granted. For whoever has, to him more shall be given and he was have in abundance; but whoever does not have even what he has shall be taken away from him.

 ( Matthew 13:11-)

Jesus Christ always said that abundance and knowing the secrets of the Divine teachings is granted.  

Many are called but few are chosen. Matthew 22:14

So the last shall be  first. Matthew 20:16