Good soil

When a great crowd was gathering and people were coming to Jesus from one city after another, he spoke to them in a parable: “A farmer went out to scatter his seed. As he was scattering it, some fell on the path where it was crushed, and the birds in the sky came and ate it. Other seed fell on rock. As it grew, it dried up because it had no moisture. Other seed fell among thorny plants. The thorns grew with the plants and choked them. Still other seed landed on good soil. When it grew, it produced one hundred times more grain than was scattered.” As he said this, he called out, “Everyone who has ears should pay attention.” His disciples asked him what this parable meant. He said, “You have been given the mysteries of God’s kingdom, but these mysteries come to everyone else in parables so that when they see, they can’t see, and when they hear, they can’t understand. (Luke 8:4-10, CEB)

Lord let my heart be good soil.
Open to the seed of your word.
Lord let my heart be good soil
where love can grow and peace is understood.

When my heart is hard break the stone away
When my heart is cold warm it with the day
When my heart is lost lead me on your way
Lord let my heart, Lord let my heart
Lord let my heart be good soil.

These are the words to Lord Let my Heart Be Good Soil from With One Voice.

All we can do is pray that our lives are open to the moving of God and that we are not stuck in our ways.

I pray that your lives and your hearts will be good soil for God to cultivate a love for all people and a person willing to do God’s will.

Loving People. Loving God.

Published by asacredrebel

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