Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:44 and the theme of Jesus the king. In our verse for today we see the found treasure. It seems a man while plowing finds a hidden treasure. He was not looking for it but found it. This confirms the scripture that says, I am found of them that sought me not. What a response to the treasure he has found. He sales all and buys the field. May this be our response to the gospel message when it has saved us to sale all and followed the author and finisher of our faith Jesus Christ.
Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:43 and the theme of Jesus the king. In our text for today we learn of the shining of the righteous. Only yesterday we were told at the end of the age the tares world burn forever in the fire. Once this dark shadow is removed from the scene the righteous, God’s people will begin to shine. It will be a brightness brought on by Christ likeness and will be brighter than 1 million suns. he closes the thought with he that hath ears let him hear. These words should certainly perk up the ears of the righteous.
Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:40-42 and the theme of Jesus the king. It is in this text we have a sobering thought on the end of the world. It is at that time that the holy Angels will be called to be the executioners of the wrath of the lamb. It is then that the tares will be rooted up from the real wheat. It will be those who have offended which means to cause others to stumble. It will also be those who have practiced iniquity . They will be cast into the furnace of fire. I would remind us this is not the annihilation theory. We know that these folks will burn forever because we’re told there is wailing and gnashing of teeth. These are both ing verbs indicating for ever. What a horrible thought. I thank God because of Jesus I’m not going to hell.
Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:39 and the theme of Jesus the King. In our text for today we find the sowers and reapers of the seed. We are told that the author of the evil seed is the devil. Be assured that the reapers of the end of the world will be the Angels. We know these angels will have the mind of God and the judgment will be according to the desires of God.
Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:38 and the theme of Jesus the king. In our text today we find truth on the subject of the mingled seeds. The good and the evil seeds have been sown in the world and reside together. The evil seed will give us great grief until He comes and separates the wheat from the tares. Let us the good seed stand against the evil seed even at the cost of our lives. Let us be assured our Lord will have the final amen over this wicked seed.
Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:37 and the theme of Jesus the king. In this very short verse our Lord gives the purpose of His coming. Our Lord came for one reason and that was to sow the seed of the word of God, which is Himself in the world. I bless the day He sowed the seed of the Himself by putting a new heart inside of me.
Let us muse again today Matthew 13:36 and the theme of Jesus the king. We see in our text questions from the disciples. I am so glad for the question about the tares. There are bad questions but this is a good question. Had they not ask this question we may never have heard our Lord explain once again the parable of the sower. It is a parable we so desperately need to know about in this hour.