So often, we think of ourselves as being responsible to pull out the tares from God’s field. But the parable of the wheat & the tares told by Yeshua gives a different perspective. In this parable, the servants’ first instinct was to pull out the tares as soon as they were spotted. However, the Master told them to wait lest they pull out the wheat along with the tares. Why did the master say this? And what does it teach us to do when we come across people who seem like tares in the field?
╫ The Parable of the Wheat & the Tares
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