Be Like A Mustard Seed

Replenish yourselves

Be like a mustard seed my children, strong in faith, generous with love.

Though the mighty seed may seem small and insignificant, in truth it is exceptional. From a small seed grows a big tree. A tree, that when nurtured, provides sustenance. This is a seed, that when fully developed, provides something that enhances other food.

So too can you grow in love and kindness. Grow, in fact so big that you can evolve further than you know. Though you are just one among millions you can reach across the earth, touching many as you go.

A strong faith shines a great light. It knows that there is always hope and that nobody can take you away from your ultimate destination. Share that faith with others so they too can grow, just like the mustard seed.

Enrich the lives of others. Shine the light of my love on them. Treat them with compassion, kindness and understanding. Accept my children for who they are and love them, wholly and fully.

A seed remains just a seed if it is not planted. Your love cannot flourish if it is not shared. Your faith cannot grow if it is not expressed. Do not remain stagnant nor turn a blind eye to the problems of this world. Also, do not shrivel like an unplanted seed.

The mustard seed is hardy and resilient, growing often in difficult soil. It is known to move rocks out of its path as it grows into a tree. Be resilient children, remove obstacles in your path.

There are many examples in nature for you, all of them different. Some are examples of what to do, others what not to do. This one though provides great awareness and wisdom if you are open to the lesson.

Oh, my children, hear what I am telling you, be like a tiny mustard seed.

If you liked this, you can find additional letters on the Letters from God page on my website.

Published by Leslie Dobson

Leslie has been writing since she was a young child, first with poetry and short stories and later with song lyrics, young adult stories and inspirational sayings. She is a multi-genre author and her blogs and books come when and where the Spirit leads.

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