Soil of Receptiveness

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011

Dr. Todd Pickett reflects on the Parable of the Sower with the intention of highlighting the importance of receptiveness to the Scriptures. Dr. Pickett specifically discusses the power of the Word of God in the face of personal struggles.

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    17. Soil of Receptiveness

    by Todd Pickett

    19:37 — April 1, 2011

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