seed

seed

1 The grain or ripened ovules of plants in contrast to stems, leaves, and flowers (Gen 1:11; Gen 1:12; Gen 1:29; Deut 11:10; Deut 14:22). 2 Human semen (Lev 15:16-18; Lev 22:4; Heb 11:11). 3 Human offspring or descendants in general (Gen 9:9; Lev 22:4; Mark 12:19-22). 4 The physical (Gen 12:7; Gen 17:7) and spiritual (Gal 3:29; Rom 4:11-12; Rom 4:16) descendants of Abraham. 5 Jesus Christ as the seed of Abraham (Gal 3:15-18) and David (2Tim 2:8). 6 The divine nature implanted in believers (1John 3:9). Jesus used seeds as examples in four of his parables: the seed and weeds (Matt 13:24-30); the sower, seed, and soils (Matt 13:3-9); the seed growing secretly (Mark 4:26-29); and the mustard seed (Mark 4:30-32).

Gen 1:11

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Gen 1:12

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Gen 1:29

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Deut 11:10

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Deut 14:22

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Lev 15:16-18

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Lev 22:4

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Heb 11:11

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Gen 9:9

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Lev 22:4

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Mark 12:19-22

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Gen 12:7

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Gen 17:7

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Gal 3:29

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Rom 4:11-12

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Rom 4:16

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Gal 3:15-18

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2Tim 2:8

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1John 3:9

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Matt 13:24-30

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Matt 13:3-9

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Mark 4:26-29

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Mark 4:30-32

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