Don’t Curse What You Have

Don’t Curse What You Have

“But while everyone was sleeping, his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat, and went away. When the wheat sprouted and formed heads, then the weeds also appeared.” – Matthew 13:25,26 Growing as much as possible is the first step towards blooming where you are planted, which we discussed yesterday. The second way to bloom right where you are is: Don’t curse what you already have. We live in an age of envy, comparison, and popularity where this mindset is so common. In a parable, Jesus talks about weeds that are sown in a master’s farm. The beautiful crops are growing, but a competitor sneaks in at night and plants weeds. The weeds start growing up alongside the healthy crops, and his servants say they need to pull them up. How does he respond? He says it’s not a good idea because when you pull the weeds, inevitably, the

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