Parable of the Weeds

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Parable of the Weeds


This parable exemplifies the feature of now but not yet because Jesus explains that Evil and good can grow next to eachother. However, when the time of judgement comes, God will take away the evil so that only good is left. The farmer tells the servhants not to pull the weeds to show the correlation that only God can judge and that we should not anticipate the time of judgement.

Now but not yet


In this parable, Jesus likens the Kingdom of God to a farmer who sows wheat, but an enemy comes in the night and plants weeds around the wheat. The weeds and wheat grow together. When harvest comes, they are separated.

Weeds and Wheat:Parable of the Weeds

Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43

What we Learned

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"The Parable of the Weeds." YouTube. YouTube, n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2015.

-We should not judge others.-We should not anticipate the time of judgement.-Good and evil do exist in the Kingdom of God on Earth.

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