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4:30 And he was saying ... To what should we compare the Kingdom of God?
  Or, in what "parable" may we place her?
4:31 Like a "kernal of mustard" which whenever it is sown on the earth ...
  it is smaller (than) all of the seeds on the earth.
4:32 And whenever it may be sown, it steps into the middle ...
  and becomes greater (than) all of the vegetables ...
  and makes great branches ...
  so that the "flyers of heaven" can tent down under it's shade.
4:33 And with many such parables he was speaking "the word" to them ...
  such as they were able to hear.
4:34 Yet apart from a parable he did not speak to them ...
  yet down alone, to his own disciples, he explained everything.

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