28 April 2010

Word Filled Wednesday - Seeds

Some skeptic is sure to ask, "Show me how resurrection works. Give me a diagram; draw me a picture. What does this 'resurrection body' look like?" If you look at this question closely, you realize how absurd it is. There are no diagrams for this kind of thing. We do have a parallel experience in gardening. You plant a "dead" seed; soon there is a flourishing plant. There is no visual likeness between seed and plant. You could never guess what a tomato would look like by looking at a tomato seed. What we plant in the soil and what grows out of it don't look anything alike. The dead body that we bury in the ground and the resurrection body that comes from it will be dramatically different. 1 Corinthians 15:35-38 The Message



Today Susan is hosting us at Forever His




9 comments:

~*Michelle*~ said...

How I love to watch what God's watering system brings forth with the little seeds I am attempting to plant in my life.

great post!

Tammy said...

Wonderful insight. Thanks for sharing.

Michele said...

great post!

Bobbi said...

very interesting...thanks! smiles!!

Michelle said...

So true! No matter how people try to disprove the presence of God, their logic in doing so always comes away flawed!

Thank you for sharing and I am so glad to have come across your blog via WFW!

Have a blessed week!

Missie said...

Cool! Thanks for your WFW!

Susan said...

Great illustration!!!



Thanks so much for joining us today at WFW. Have a blessed day♥

One Heart said...

Love this. The supernatural can only be understood in the spirit; therefore, any time man tries to explain it from the natural mind it is simply impossible. I once explained to a friend who grew up in truth and began questioning the resurrection after college, that once He lives in us, all questions disappear because the very Spirit of resurrection comes to live in us and we become alive and see.

Thanks for sharing. Blessings!

Cathy said...

Thank God that we are a new creation in Christ Jesus.

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