Mustard Seed

And He said, “How shall we picture the kingdom of God, or by what parable shall we present it? Mark 4:30

When we think about the Kingdom of God (Heaven) how can we even begin to fathom? The book of Revelation gives us more description on Heaven , however Jesus is giving us a parable for us to ponder.

Through the parable of the Mustard Seed, we can see the Kingdom of God has grown from One man taking on the wages of the sins of the world, and has grown into the largest religion in the world

“It is like a mustard seed, which, when sown upon the soil, though it is smaller than all the seeds that are upon the soil, yet when it is sown, it grows up and becomes larger than all the garden plants and forms large branches; so that THE BIRDS OF THE AIR can NEST UNDER ITS SHADE.” Mark 4:31-32

When we think about Christianity, its still the largest religion in the world. Over 2 billion people declare themselves Christian, and by 2050 its estimated to be over 3 billion. Now we can debate whether all these people are truly “Christian”, however you get my point, the Body of Christ is large even in a depraved world like today.

But now lets think about how it all began, the Son of God born in a stable. Born to poor parents in a small town. Yet this one man, Jesus Christ, changed the entire world one disciple at a time. Before there was great Cathedral Church buildings there was the “Upper Room” of Jesus modest home where he taught the Word of God and broke bread with his disciples.

Jesus planted the Mustard Seed, and it grew into the Body of Christ today. So whatever your doing today for Jesus, don’t think its too small to make an impact. Think about the Mustard Seed, and plant it and let God grow your ministry with the Holy Spirit Amen!

8 thoughts on “Mustard Seed

  1. Stephanie Bekasi

    I love planting seeds and I can’t wait to see what I planted grow! However when I witness to someone and they either do or don’t except Christ as Savior and Lord is another thing. Our job is to “spread the gospel” this is the Great Commission given to all of Jesus’ followers. But sadly many aren’t obedient in doing so for fear of being laughed at, mocked, or rejected! They somehow have forgotten that they were once lost and if someone hadn’t shared the gospel with them they might still be lost.
    I am just so grateful that I am not afraid to open my mouth and tell others of the “good news”.
    When it comes to salvation it’s not up to us who should be saved! The harvest is plenty and the fields are ripe! There is not much time left and Jesus wants heaven filled, so today make it a point to “spread some seed around”!

    Sweet Shalom brother! 🙂

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