You are seeking God. You would not be reading this if you were not. You want to dig deeper and find more understanding of God and His plan and purpose.
You love the people, but you realize that organized churchianity will not take you to where the Spirit is leading you. It is not delivering that depth that you know you need. You want to build on the rock of His word, and you wonder, “But what is the word exactly? Is it just the written word in the Holy Bible? What is the spiritual secret hidden in the lines of The Book?
Understanding God’s Purpose
We learn from the inspired written word of God that His purpose is to reproduce Himself. And to understand God’s plan and purpose of reproducing Himself, we must understand the Law of Harvest. “Whatever a man sows, that he will also reap” (Gal. 6: 7). Since the beginning, man has sown seed and has harvested that very seed.
This law was enacted by God Himself in the beginning. It is a law that governs both the celestial and terrestrial realms. God reassured Noah and all of mankind, “While the earth remains, seed time and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease” (Genesis 8: 22).
Seed time and harvest. There is a “a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted” (Ecc. 3: 2). A time to plant the seed, and a time to harvest that seed.
The Son of God referred to Himself as a seed, the grain of wheat that must be buried in the earth before it germinates and springs up out of the ground. Thus that seed begins its life cycle that culminates in much fruit, the many grains of wheat at harvest time. “The hour is come that the Son of man should be glorified…Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abides alone: but if it die, it brings forth much fruit” (John 12: 23-24).
The much fruit is the “many sons unto glory” (Heb 2: 10). Just like the harvest of wheat yields many grains of that same wheat, identical to the seed, so shall it be in the harvest of this present world age. The sons of God will be the harvest that will “make the captain of their salvation perfect through sufferings” (Heb 2: 10). Their destiny as kings sitting on the throne with Christ is the fulfillment of Christ’s own life cycle–just like that solitary wheat seed finds its fulfillment when it multiplies itself at harvest time.
“Now the parable is this: the seed is the word of God” (Luke 8: 11). The parables reveal “things that have been kept secret from the foundation of the world” (Mat. 13: 35). The seed is the Word, and “the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us” (John 1:14). And that Seed, the Son of man, died, was buried, and sprang up from the dead. And that Seed germinates in the ground of our hearts when we believe the Savior rose from the dead.
This spiritual life cycle begins anew in us when we believe. And the Spirit within us now grows, and it will end in a harvest of many sons and daughters with the same spiritual DNA that Christ has. That is us that I am talking about! Not some heavenly apple pie in the sky by and by. Not floating around heaven all day. No. I am talking about being like Christ. Okay. If you are not quite ready to go that far, then how about Peter, James, John, and Paul.
The Seed is the Word. The Word is the logos, which is the whole plan and purpose of God written out and spoken and wrapped up into it. And this logos/purpose/plan/kingdom/vision is all in the mind of God, in His thoughts, which are comprised of words.
And this Word/Logos was made flesh, the Son of God, our Savior. This is the Seed. Inside any seed is contained the whole life cycle of the plant-to-be, from the time of its germination, resurrection, and new life to its full harvest when the seed has reproduced itself. The seed’s destiny is foreordained inside the husk of that seed. With the proper nourishment and moisture, the seed will reproduce to its potential.
Now Christ is the Seed, the Word made flesh. And we, the children of God, are inside that Seed! We are in that Word; we are in that Seed. We are in that purpose, that plan, that kingdom, that vision. We originated in the very thoughts of God; we are in His mind, and He has poured all into His Son, the Seed. We are all in the Seed’s DNA. We who get it are part and parcel of God’s heart and mind. We are inside the mind of Christ, inside the Word, the Seed of God. For “He has chosen us in Him before the foundation of the world” (Eph. 1: 4).
The Word/Seed contains us. We are in His mind, thoughts, and plan. And inside this Word/Seed is the complete plan, including the pre-destiny of those who will be used in God’s plan–those who will be exactly like Him. That is us, “for in Him we live, and move, and have our being” (Acts 17: 28). And “we are in Him that is true, even in His Son” (I John 5: 20).
That’s the long and short of it. God believes all this about Himself and us. Now we just need to stretch our small minds and hearts to believe like He believes. When we believe in Him, we are believing in our personal destiny that He has written down about us, written in the Logos/Word/Seed, written in the Son, the Word made flesh. The Word becomes light, for it makes His purpose and plan manifest; light reveals and makes known God’s secrets. Kenneth Wayne Hancock
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15 responses to “The Secret Purpose: “The Seed Is the Word of God””
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For those who are digging deep…
But isn’t the seed also the seating-place of mystery? Rather than attempt to nail down God’s plan or will, we can leave it enshrouded in shadow and, if we believe, pray to the shadows to give a little light unto our lives. Only then, will we find the satisfaction to share this with others.
It can be for those who have not been in the presence of Light. And that Light is the Creator Great Spirit (Yahweh) clothed in human
form. Those who have been enlightened can “let their light so shine. “This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine…” That Light sets the is the Seed to growing in us. Wayneman
This writing made me think alot! you have shed a light on how we reap what we sow, and many times we may think its only what we do…… But as you write the reaping of the seed we sow is “THE WORD” and as we sow the word in the earth we are planting so much more our mere actions. We are planting in the kingdom of God unseen by many and are reaping the rewards from heaven!!!! Your writings are truly Devinely inspired. Many Blessings.
My sister Julia,
Reading your comment concerning The Secret Purpose: “The Seed Is the Word of God” brought tears to my eyes. Truly, the Holy Spirit place the understanding into my heart and mind and down through my fingers. It was His message to us. I am touched that you received a revelation from it. Wayneman
YES! You have written this in a way that it was seen like never before. Truly the Holy Spirit has used His vessel once again. I Had to share it in hopes others would see it in the light it was written. Blessings.
Thank you, Julia, for sharing these truths that the Holy Spirit has given us. I am grateful for having a co-worker in His fields. Feel free to share any of my articles with the world–a world that needs them. Grace, mercy and peace from Christ to you today. Wayneman
It is truly good to have another who understands the importance of getting the word out to the world. Thank you for giving me the go ahead to share more of your writings which I will do. Blessings and Strength Always Dear Brother.
Thanks so much for your love of the truth and your support. kwh
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Thank you so much for republishing this article. Grace, mercy and peace to you and your household. Wayneman
I am a Roman Catholic, and I love organized religion. I like the interconnectedness and sharing of faith, world-wide among Catholics. I belong to the Knights of Columbus, and I enjoy being among sincere and God inspired Catholic men. I love reading the stories of the saints, and how they approached and loved God in their journeys. I love reading the Bible and meditating on the Holy passages therein.
Thank you for sharing.
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Julia, a friend in Christ, reposted your blog. Excellant read!