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Doctrines & Morals
 
 
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Matt. 13:31; "The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed that someone took and sowed in his field..."
By REV. FR. PAUL ANIGBORO

Humble beginnings can have an extraordinary outcome when the work in question is God’s work. There is an encouragement to us all in the gospel to keep doing the little bit of good we are able to do. It may not seem much in our own eyes or in the eyes of others, yet God can work powerfully through whatever little good we do, in ways that will surprise us.
 
We can all plant the equivalent of the mustard seed; we can all be the equivalent of the leaven. The little initiative, the small gesture, the offer of help, can all bear fruit in ways that we could never have imagined at the time. The Lord can work powerfully through our smallest efforts if they are done out of love for him. Our calling is often to plant some good seed and to trust that the Lord will do the rest.
 
Lord, may I experience growth daily in my Christian life. May the seed of your word grow in me and transform me. Amen. 
 
Good morning and do have a wonderful week ahead. God loves you.
 
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