Can You Tell a Tare from the Wheat?

Sister Scarlett makes an excellent point of not allowing the tares of this world to come into the assembly. Even in the midst of trials we must be wary.

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The Wheat and the Tares:

How many times have you heard someone in the church say something to this effect, “Let the wheat and the tares grow up together”? I have. It’s become what one might call a man made tradition in the church. Why is that? Well, because when used in that context, what church folk mean, is that we are supposed to allow the tares…in the church…remain there, and then at harvest time, the LORD will do the separating himself.

OK, that may seem very spiritual of these church going Christians, but…is that what Jesus really taught? I’ve gone over this teaching a number of times, and I can’t find one scripture reference that indicates that tares are supposed to be allowed to grow in the church, which is supposed to be the Body of Christ. Why in the world would Jesus want tares in the church when…

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3 Responses to Can You Tell a Tare from the Wheat?

  1. Scarlett says:

    Thanks for sharing Brother Al.

  2. keijo says:

    Yes and amen we living last time here too in sweden we from Finland and we love the truth in joy to share that blessing in wisdom, but so much tare are sowing among us the church here alol alot hearts and they will not confess in salvation Jesus blood, but something another wil save ,so i have big challange for us to pray for that this false tare must lose his power and die ,so pray and help here ,thanks and bless,keijo sweden

  3. Al Nelson says:

    Blessings in the Lord Jesus Christ Keijo. May the Lord Bless you and keep you and guide you in His wisdom and purpose to share the Gospel and preach the Truth as He calls you to. There are many falling away from Christ, but if we remain focused upon Him we have nothing to fear, Amen?

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