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The Parable of Weeds Among the Wheat
~In sonnet form (based on Mt 13:24-30,36-43)
Then Jesus shared a parable once more
Of good seeds sown (by Him, the Son of Man)
The enemy had something else in store
For Him who had a good and perfect plan
The devil (who’s the enemy we know)
He sowed the evil weeds with righteous wheat
He went away; the Master questioned so:
Did you not plant good seed for such a feat?
The Master knew the enemy did act
Here in the world some evil did sneak in
But let it stay, don’t judge, leave it tact
Until the harvest, when end-times begin
Until the angels sort out all sin
Let’s shine, and let the people listen in