at one time Jesus began teaching at the side of the lake. then came a very large crowd gathered around him, so he climbed into a boat that was docked and sat there, while all the people on the ground, on the side of the lake. and he teach many things in parables to them. in his teachings that he said to them: "Hear! is a sower went out to sow. at the time he sowed, some seeds fall at the wayside, and the birds came and ate them until nothing left. and some fall in rocky soil, which is not much sand: and forthwith they sprung up, because the thin soil. but when the sun rose, he withereth and become dry because is not rooted. and some fall among thorns, and a worse bush and press it until dead, so he did not bear fruit. and some fell on good ground. he grew up with fertile and fruitful, then make results, some thirty fold, some sixty fold, there are hundred fold as much. " and he said: "Who has ears to hear, he should hear!"
when he was alone, his followers and the twelve student asked him about the parable. he replied: "you have been given to know the secret kingdom of god, but to those outside everything delivered in parables, so that: if they seeing and they do not understand, even they heard, they do not understand. so they do not turn around and get forgiveness." then he said to them: "Do not you understand this parable? if dont, how do you get to understand all the other parables? the sower sows the word of god. the people on the roadside, where the word is sowned; to those who hear the word, then came devil and takes away the word which is sown in them. and to those who that sowned on rocky ground, and hear the word, immediately receive it with joy, but they do not have root so quickly forget. if then came the suppression or persecution because of the word, immediately they fall away. and the other is sowned among thorns, then the worries of this world and the deception of wealth and desires want other things that pressing the word so it does not bear fruit. and finally that sown on good ground, are those who hear and welcome the word that brought forth fruit, some thirty fold, some sixty fold, and there are a hundred times.