The Parable of the Mustard Seed

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Luke 13:18-19

Lessons we can learn from the mustard seed.

I.  Everything starts off in life as a mustard seed.

    A. (Matthew 17:20, Job 8:7)  Something that’s tiny, little, insignificant, forgotten, and overlooked becomes a tree, plant, flower, fruit, vegetable, idea, dream, goal, vision, faith, life, gift, and talent.

    B.  Bible’s examples of seeds:

  •  Seed of a woman and man.
  •  Seed is the Word of God and promises.
  •  Seed is our words from our mouth.
  •  Seeds are our effort and our work.
  •  Seeds are our giving and money.

     C.  Everything and anything large (great) started off as a seed.

     D.  Large things take time from inception to realization.

        II.  Seeds are not supposed to stay seeds.

              A.  We should always be sowing, planting, and investing.

              B.  We should always be becoming something.

              C.  We should always be increasing and advancing.

              D.  Until the seed is crushed, it can’t be useful, purposeful, and fruitful.

III. (1 Samuel 15:17-19)  When you become a large tree, don’t forget you used to be a tiny mustard seed. 

      A.  Stay hungry for God, humble before God, and holy because of God.

      (Romans 15:1, 2 Timothy 1:16, 1 Thessalonians 5:14, Jude 1:22)

      B.  A large tree becomes a place of safety, shade, and shelter for others.

      C.  When you become a large tree you will attract all kinds of birds.

      D.  Be a tree that allows others to rest under your strong branches.

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