July 19, 2020

Mt 13:24-43


This parable follows closely to the parable of the sower. In this case, weeds are sown among the wheat. It makes sense to remove the weeds, but the landowner thinks otherwise and instructs the slaves to wait to sort it out at the harvest. In the same way God does not want the unbelievers rooted out. He will handle that at the final judgement.


There is always the hope that the minds and hearts of unbelievers will be transformed. Our hope lies in you O God.


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