seed

A word commonly used in Sacred Scripture for family, race, posterity, offspring. A lengthy and interesting example is found in Galatians 3. Our Lord in His parables has immortalized its metaphorical meaning, likening the Word of God to a seed (Matthew 13; Mark 4; Luke 8).

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