1. Good and bad teachers.
The Liturgy describes a good teacher and a bad teacher. A good teacher is one who obeys the Apostolic Commission in teaching all the commands of Christ in the New Testament and how to obey them as explained by the Fathers of the Church. A bad teacher is one who teaches mere human knowledge, like global warming. The good teacher explains spiritual matters, the bad teacher explains merely human matters.
2. Good and bad students.
In the parable of the seeds, the first three seeds fell on infertile ground, i.e. bad soil. While the fourth good seed fell on fertile ground, i.e, fertile soil, a good pupil. The first bad pupil where the word of God would not grow is a soul that entertains sins in his mind. The second bad pupil is one where the word of God fell upon a soul who keeps on doing his own will. The third bad pupil is one who is engrossed in worldly concerns. In none of these did the word of God grow.
The Word of God flourished in a meek and humble soul: obedience to the commands of Christ. No pupil does that, as the Gospel shows, except one. And no one will be a good teacher as the prophecies state. Ezechiel wrote that during these times, there will be no prophet explaining the will of God. That bishops will be selling a new religion and a new church to the people, like an Amazonian pagan religion. And give the impression that this is the new church. And bishops will sprinkle poison in every word of God like cockles among wheat.
This prophecy is the most awaited prophecy in the Catholic Church, it is called the 6th day. St. Bonaventure wrote extensively on the topic. And Pope Benedict continued to comment on it. It is Good Friday happening again today. Where the world - both the bishops, priests, and most lay people, together with Pope Francis - will deny that Christ is God and offer Pachamama as the new God together with Mother Earth. And the Catholic God has become the pagan god of rigidity.
Imagine one self in Jerusalem on Good Friday undergoing the same test to believe in Christ as God or not. Don't we all refuse to believe that all things are under God's control? That most human events are so dependent on man and not on God? This is lack of Faith on the omnipotence of God.
We don't believe that God dictates the outcomes of wars. The birth and death of humans. We don't believe that the stock market is dictated by God. Nor the weather or floods or global warming is under God's control. We live in a faithless generation whose sin against Faith is leading us to hell, led by Pope Francis, many of the cardinals, most of the bishops and priests. The world looks just exactly as on Good Friday. The bishops are in charge, the apostles and Christ are silent. And Christ will slowly be killed. To rise on the third day. Do we believe he is God who will rise on the third day, to judge the living and the dead?