The passage for today is Mark 4:26-27. It says, “The kingdom of God is as if a man should scatter seed on the ground. He sleeps and rises night and day, and the seed sprouts and grows. He knows not how.”
This passage is a parable about the kingdom of God. Jesus is saying that the kingdom of God is like a seed that is planted in the ground. The seed grows and sprouts, even though the farmer does not know how it happens.
This parable teaches us that the kingdom of God is a mystery. We do not always understand how it works, but we can trust that God is at work in it. We can also trust that the kingdom of God will grow and spread, even when we do not see it happening.
We can apply this parable to our own lives. We may not always see the results of our work, but we can trust that God is at work in us and through us. We can also trust that the kingdom of God will grow and spread, even when we do not see it happening.
Let us not be discouraged if we do not see immediate results from our work. Let us continue to sow the seeds of the kingdom of God, and trust that God will bring about a harvest in his time.
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