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23/10/2017 10:31 am  

The parable of the mustard seed (Matthew 13:31-32) teaches us that in the Kingdom significance can't always be measured in numerical terms. Do you agree and can you give some contemporary examples of this?


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23/10/2017 12:15 pm  

I definitely agree and think through out the bible we see this in the people God chooses to do his work. 

I think there have been very big growths in the kingdom from what was originally a small act. I have been involved in 24/7 prayer now for a few years and it is a huge worldwide thing with both small scale and large scale prayer rooms happening. But that started from quite small beginnings. 

I also think that while anyone who brings someone to God and that person commits there life to God should be acknowledged sometimes it's a very small act or word that plants the seed of faith in someone and we may never see or know when that person gives their lives to God.

A seed grows because it has sun and water and earth but without the seed nothing will grow.

 

Not sure I am making sense.

 


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23/10/2017 5:43 pm  

You're making an awful lot of sense - very helpful

Thanks Jackie


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31/10/2017 5:52 pm  

I definelty agree. Not sure about specific examples but I think like Jackie said - often something we feel is insignificant can have a huge impact on someone's life. 


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