Monday, July 21, 2014

Towards Sunday, July 27, 2014

Scripture:  Matthew 13:31-33, 44-53
Sermon:  Weeds in the Cracks of the Sidewalk

This week we read a bunch of little parables that pack a big punch.  The mustard seed and leaven are two very little unclean things that end up having have a big and wonderful effect; the buried treasure and pearl of great price are two unexpected little finds that end up being more valuable to the finder than everything else they thought they were looking for.

And that, Jesus says, is what the kingdom of God is like and how it appears in our life.

Is there some little thing that maybe nobody else sees as good, that has drawn you towards God and helped shape or save your faith?  Has there been a completely unplanned and unexpected little gift that has turned out to be the most valuable part of your spiritual journey?

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