Wheat and Tares Parable

Wheat and Tares Bible

End Times Prophecy

Christianity Oasis provides the Wheat and Tares Bible voyage looking at the mysterious and interesting Bible Wheat and Tares Parable. We will be looking into this and all aspects of the prophecy, birth, life, death, resurrection and return of Jesus Christ and how it affects you.

Tell Me the Story of Jesus
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Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43

Welcome to our Christianity Oasis Tell Me the Story of Jesus Bible study program. This is our very concerning and extremely intriguing ... Wheat and Tares Bible discussion on a story shared by Jesus which is actually Biblical prophecy on an event which is coming in our future. It is known as the Wheat and Tares Parable and it is a super serious warning from our Lord.

The truth within this fearful and frightening Wheat and Tares Bible message taken from the Wheat and Tares Parable is absolutely enLIGHTening and essential to understand because it affects all Christians and non-believers alike. Let's seek and find just what this Wheat and Tares Bible event is all about, shall we?

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Let's continue with on our Tell Me the Story of Jesus Bible study adventure by taking the Wheat and Tares Bible field trip with a bit of Bible Wheat and Tares Parable trivia. Do you know what a tare is? It's a weed found in a grain field. Kinda like a weed in a garden. In short, it is something that you do not want in your garden or yard.

As you read through the Wheat and Tares Bible prophecy parable, think about all the things in life that can be deemed as tares or weeds in your life. That's an overwhelming thought isn't it? Pretend your mind is the garden. The weeds could be anything. From the filthy commercials on television or on your mobile devices and ads on the Internet to bad thoughts we have all the time. You know ... Anger, jealousy, lust, greed, etc.

Well, just remember, if you keep pulling these weeds, or poisoning them with Truth, you can keep things in control, but just like any garden, if you let things get out of hand and let too many weeds grow, you'll end up with a mess that will definitely take time, effort and pain that could have been avoided.

We'll talk about that a bit more as we continue our Wheat and Tares Parable voyage and even provide you with an absolutely awesome Renewing your mind program to assist you in removing the tares and weeds from your own Spiritual garden and to do so daily. But, for now, let's get to the Bible Wheat and Tares Parable story.

Jesus said, The Kingdom of Heaven is like a man that planted good seed in his field, but while his workers slept, his enemy came and planted weeds among the wheat and snuck away.

Isn't that exactly how it happens too? Sometimes it's when you're asleep -- maybe you'll have a dream where a bad seed is planted. Sometimes in the morning you'll remember the dream and sometimes you won't. On the days when bad seeds were planted in your dreams and you don't remember the dream, you can just feel it the next day, that something is wrong, but you don't know what.

The Wheat and Tares Bible Parable teaches us that when that happens, always pray for God to remove any evil that may have been planted in you without your knowledge in your dreams. On the mornings when you do remember your dream, pull that weed right away by telling the dream out loud, which exposes it to light (remember, weeds or lies or anything evil likes darkness). Then expose the Truth about the matter.

I'll give you a simple example of the Wheat and Tares Bible philosophy, just so you know how to do this because this technique of pulling weeds is different than putting on your gardening gloves and wielding your rake and shovel to the dirt. Let's say you had a dream that you robbed a bank. I know it's silly, but go with me. You wake up, and the first thing to do would be to say, "In my dream I robbed a bank.

Now, let's tell truth. Obviously. you wouldn't do that. You probably don't even believe in stealing. So, the first thing you do is expose this weed to the light of Truth ... Tell your enemy something like "The eighth commandment says, Thou shalt not steal" or "That dream was a ridiculous lie" or "The Bible says Jesus clothes the fields and feeds the birds and I am more important to Him than a bird so He will surely take care of me" ... That should pretty much take care of it. You go on with your day and things go well.

Now, let's look at what could've happened if you didn't pull that weed according to the Bible Wheat and Tares Parable ... You wake up and remember the dream. You go on with your day and you sigh heavily when you remember you have three overdue bills. Suddenly the dream pops into your head. You start to ponder on all the things you could do with a lot of money. You get depressed. You shake your head to bring you back to reality.

While you're on your way to work you see a wallet fall out of someone's pocket in the elevator. You normally would pick it up and immediately give it back to them, knowing how you'd feel if you were the one who lost it. This time, you pick it up and hesitate, wanting to keep it. Finally you give it back to the person it belongs to and you see the grateful expression in their eyes. They tell you what a righteous person you are and you smile but inside ... You know.

Oh, but wait ... There is more to this similitude based on the Wheat and Tares Bible warning. Now you feel doubt about your righteousness, which makes you do poorly at work. Your mind seems preoccupied with things for the whole day and you get a speeding ticket on your way home because you weren't paying attention to your driving. See how a seed can grow so quickly if you don't use truth to kill it from the get go? And all of this because of a tiny little seed in a dream. Yank that rascal quick because, as we all know a little seed that becomes a plant can become a tree and they are much harder to pull up.

We'd better start back at the beginning of the Bible Wheat and Tares Parable now. Jesus said, that the Kingdom of Heaven is like a man that planted good seed in his field, but while his workers slept, his enemy came and planted weeds among the wheat and went his way. But when the seed had sprouted and began to produce grain, then the weeds appeared too. So the field workers came and said to the field owner, Sir, didn't you plant good seed in your field? Why is it full of weeds?

He answered them, saying an enemy did this. The workers asked, Do you want us to go and pull them? But he answers, No, because while you're pulling them, you might pull the wheat up along with them. Let both grow together until the harvest, then I'll tell the reapers, First pull the weeds and tie them in bundles and burn them, but gather the wheat and put it into my barn.

Jesus sent the crowds of people away who were listening to the Wheat and Tares Bible Parable and went into the house. His disciples asked Him to explain the meaning of the Wheat and Tares Bible parable and others. Jesus said, that the one who plants the good seed is the Son of man, the field is the world, the good seed are the children of the Kingdom, but the tares are the children of the wicked one. The enemy who planted them is the devil. The harvest is the end of the world, and the reapers are the Angels.

Jesus continues ... Just as the tares are gathered and burned in the fire, it will be the same in the end of this world. The Son of man will send His Angels and they'll gather out of His Kingdom all things ungodly and those who do wrong and will throw them into a furnace of fire. There will be wailing and gnashing of teeth. Then the righteous will shine like the sun in the Kingdom of their Father. Whoever has ears to hear, let him hear.

Now, just in case this is confusing, Jesus didn't mean that you should leave bad seeds in you and then at the end of the world, gather them all up and burn them. His point was that the weeds were already so thick that it would hurt the good crop to go trampling around pulling weeds. They should have pulled the weeds first but alas, they did not so we have the Wheat and Tares Bible Parable danger ahead.

But, it is not too late for you. If you don't remove the bad seeds within you and you choose to allow them to grow into a weed and then a tree ... Your tree of bad will soon bear bad fruit and drop seeds which may affect others. In other words ... You will become one of the tares that Jesus spoke of. Jesus says that these tares will be gathered with the rest of the weeds and ... Well, you know about the tares punishment. Choose to pull those weeds of the mind early and you need not fear any punishment.

Within the Wheat and Tares Bible Parable, you have seen how weeds can grow from a little seed planted in a dream or perhaps a random thought entering your mind on any given a day. Can you even imagine all of the seeds that are planted within us in a normal day from all of the different places we go, things we do and people we meet? Always pull those weeds as soon as you can as we were taught from the Bible Wheat and Tares Parable.

The absolute best weed killer one can use is Truth. Use the same method as you would for a silly dream. It may be a bit embarrassing at first to say things out loud to yourself (as if we don't for other things) while you're weeding the unwanted stuff, but be assured, after you do it a few times, the weed planters aren't as likely to plant as readily as they would because they know it's a waste of their time.

Don't be ashamed to keep your garden free of weeds for your Father. He's proud to hear you proclaim the truth. By the way, when the weeds are gone, watch the good things grow more abundantly! You'll be blooming in no time!

The Wheat and Tares Bible Study on the Wheat and the Tares Parable told by Jesus shares one simple Truth. Beware what you allow into your mind and soul. Click the link below to learn how to adhere to the Field and Tares warning:

There is a force out there that is attempting to overtake us all; it is Satan. There is another force that is protecting us from him; it is the Holy Spirit. It is a battle for souls. This battle is called Spiritual Warfare, and like it or not, you are right in the middle of it.

How to Prepare for Spiritual Warfare