We have them laying all around, they look asleep to the eye, but stick one in the ground, add water and one day in your yard a giant Oak tree may be found. Many slumber in the Tombs of old, in the inner chambers of the Pyramids thousands of years old, they are found by those Explores who are brave and bold. When they are planted, new life begins, bearing much fruit for me and you.
All seeds know their own role in Nature, plant a Mustard seed, but don’t expect fruit for your bowl, the program it contains is from a designer God and from him it’s obedience does unfold. Seeds are not hard to define, they always reproduce after their kind, in their created state they seem to live forever, a gift from the Divine.
In the Seeds I see an analogy, a man who lived two thousand years ago full of life and love, sent to earth from above, despite his marvelous works among the common multitudes, he had some vicious foes. A seed must fall into the ground and *die, but if it dies it bears much fruit. Jesus also died and in a Tomb he did lie.
Like the seed, he sprang to Life, empowered to upon others bestow, an existence lasting forever whom Satan had blinded, so they would not know.
His followers, his seed, like him, die to self, others are their focus, good works are their light, God is very pleased, they are a delight in his sight.
*This is an actual Bible quote: Unless a kernel of corn falls into the ground and dies, it abides alone, but is it dies, it bears much fruit.
We read in Genesis that God made the plants and animals, their seed bears life “After their Kind” There may be various varieties of Dogs (Cross breading) but they all remain in that family, it is so with other animals.