Daily Scripture: Luke 8:15





"And the seeds that fell on the good soil represent honest, good-hearted people who hear God's word, cling to it, and patiently produce a huge harvest."
Luke 8:15

Is there anyone among us who could not use a good scripture quote on patience? Waiting for plans to come to fruition is made easier when you start out strong in your faith. The word of God is all about promise; it's up to you to open your heart to it. With a faithful heart, you are better equipped to handle life's little waiting game. Luke 8:15 compares your heart to fertile soil, nurturing the seedlings which grow to bounty. Today may not be the harvest, but take comfort in knowing that you have planted well.

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