// Read: Matthew 13:24-30 //
24-26 He told another story. “God’s kingdom is like a farmer who planted good seed in his field. That night, while his hired men were asleep, his enemy sowed thistles all through the wheat and slipped away before dawn. When the first green shoots appeared and the grain began to form, the thistles showed up, too.

27 “The farmhands came to the farmer and said, ‘Master, that was clean seed you planted, wasn’t it? Where did these thistles come from?’

28 “He answered, ‘Some enemy did this.’

“The farmhands asked, ‘Should we weed out the thistles?’

29-30 “He said, ‘No, if you weed the thistles, you’ll pull up the wheat, too. Let them grow together until harvest time. Then I’ll instruct the harvesters to pull up the thistles and tie them in bundles for the fire, then gather the wheat and put it in the barn.’”

When what you have planted is different from what you are seeing, it means that:
a. You have spent some time sleeping.
b. There have been unauthorized access.
c. The enemy hath done this
It is not God that plants both tares and wheat in the life of a man; it is the enemy. But that double appearance must be handled. Where are you having experience of double appearance? Faith, fear; success and failure; joy and sorrow on the same issue, Beloved, the enemy has done this.

PRAYER: Ask God to destroy tares in your life. Pray!

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