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马可福音 第一册 第一百五十一讲

 

Mark 4:26-29

马可福音  第四章  26 29 (5)

 

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26Jesus went on to say, “The Kingdom of God is like this.  A man scatters seed in his field. 

 

27He sleeps at night, is up and about during the day, and all the while the seeds are sprouting and growing.  Yet he does not know how it happens. 

 

28The soil itself makes the plants grow and bear fruit; first the tender stalk appears then the ear, and finally the ear full of corn. 

 

29 When the corn is ripe, the man starts cutting it with his sickle, because harvest time has come. 

 

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The Parable of the Growing Seed

 

26Jesus went on to say, “The Kingdom of God is like this.  A man scatters seed in his field. 

 

27He sleeps at night, is up and about during the day, and all the while the seeds are sprouting and growing.  Yet he does not know how it happens. 

 

28The soil itself makes the plants grow and bear fruit; first the tender stalk appears then the ear, and finally the ear full of corn. 

 

29 When the corn is ripe, the man starts cutting it with his sickle, because harvest time has come. 

 

 

 

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Repeat after me

 

 

The Parable of the Growing Seed

 

26Jesus went on to say, “The Kingdom of God is like this.  A man scatters seed in his field. 

 

27He sleeps at night, is up and about during the day, and all the while the seeds are sprouting and growing.  Yet he does not know how it happens. 

 

28The soil itself makes the plants grow and bear fruit; first the tender stalk appears then the ear, and finally the ear full of corn. 

 

29 When the corn is ripe, the man starts cutting it with his sickle, because harvest time has come. 

 

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26Jesus went on to say, “The Kingdom of God is like this.  A man scatters seed in his field. 

 

27He sleeps at night, is up and about during the day, and all the while the seeds are sprouting and growing.  Yet he does not know how it happens. 

 

28The soil itself makes the plants grow and bear fruit; first the tender stalk appears then the ear, and finally the ear full of corn. 

 

29 When the corn is ripe, the man starts cutting it with his sickle, because harvest time has come.

 

 

 

 

Mark 4:30-34

马可福音 第四章 30 34 (1)

 

 

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30What shall we say the Kingdom of God is like?” asked Jesus.  “What parable shall we use to explain it?”

 

31It is like this.  A man takes a mustard seed, the smallest seed in the world, and plants it in the ground. 

 

32After a while it grows up and becomes the biggest of all plants.  It puts out such large branches that the birds come and make their nests in its shade.”

 

33Jesus preached his messages to the people, using many other parables like these; he told them as much as they could understand.  

 

34He would not speak to them without using parables, but when he was alone with his disciples, he would explain everything to them.

 

 

New words and Expressions 生字生词

 

1.      Mustard seed n.  芥菜种子

 

2.       the biggest of all plants    所有植物(蔬菜)中最大的