Jesus told the story of a farmer who planted seed. Spiritually speaking, the seed is the message of Jesus Christ. It goes out looking for ground to grow in and falls on different kinds of soil, (hearts).
Some don't pay much attention to it so it gets devoured by birds, or as Jesus said, by satan who will do whatever he can to keep the Word of God out of the human heart.
Some think it sounds good at first but aren't willing to give it much room in their life so it dries up.
Some receive it but won't weed out those things that are crowding it out so it never matures.
But some give the seed what it needs, nurture it and give it a place and priority in their lives. These people have captured the vision of the seed. They have seen the fruit before it becomes fruit. Maybe they've seen it in another person's life, but they get it. They see it. They want it and they do what it takes to bring the seed to harvest.
Jesus spoke of another seed--a mustard seed. He compared the Kingdom of God to this seed. It is so small and tiny. It seems so insignificant but yet it grows into a large tree that birds can make nests in. A tiny seed comes to your ears. It seems so insignificant, so powerless, so unworthy of attention. But in reality that's not the case at all. It is very significant, very powerful and very worthy of attention.
What kind of soil will your heart be? What will you do with the tiny, tiny seed that seems so unpromising? The next time the Seed comes looking for a place to grow, pay attention to it, give it place, catch the vision of the seed. It contains an entire Kingdom, and your eternal place is found there!