If that were the case, what was Jesus proposing while he kept saying figs don't grow on grape vines?
A seed can only bring forth that which it was designed for.
God's seed can only bring forth that which it was designed for, too.
Fact is, scripture says just the opposite, in 1 John 3;9You seem find it hard to believe that a child of God cannot choose to do and follow evil as Scripture shows they can.
That which is born of God always chooses to do God's will.My guess is that you remove man's power to choose and somehow make God's seed usurp that power once a man is born from above.
Otherwise it is not of Gods seed.
That is the antithesis of what you just finished writing above !I am not inferring, nor ever have, that God's seed can bear evil fruit. Why continue to imply that? I stated the very opposite to that numerous times. There is a clear and distinct separation taught in God's word. It is simple, one that has God's seed CANNOT commit sin. It is impossible to do so. One that is of the devil commits sin. How does a person get from one to the other?
Quit going back-and-forth on the issue.
(If you believed your own statement made above, you wouldn't be asking this question.)So again the question remains, what happens when a born again saint falls away and follows satan as Scripture shows in numerous places? What happens to God's seed when a person decides to take the path of evil? The Scriptures show that many fell beyond the point of returning (and many more in the future will fall away).
Only those posing as Christians fall away.
They were never reborn of God's seed.
Had they been reborn of God's seed, it would have been impossible to fall away--commit sin.