21st March: Matthew 13:44-58 - There are always new treasures for us to discover.

Be patient. Do not doubt the power of God's Word. Once God's Word has begun to exert its influence among the people, great things will happen. The beginnings may seem small. Remember: nothing is insignificant when God is in it! Some may be on the verge of the kind of joyful discovery of Christ, described in 44-46! The parable of the net (47-50) is similar to the parable of the wheat and the tares (24-30). The separation of 'the good' and 'the bad' comes 'at the end of the age' (48-49). The Gospel is 'old' and 'new' (52) - we've known its teaching for years, yet there are always some 'new treasures' for us to discover. It's sadly possible to hear the Word of God without believing it and enjoying its blessing. Don't let Christ be 'a prophet without honour' (57). Honour Him in your heart and life.

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