Today's Gospel has beautiful words about the life of God in us. It gives us hope and confidence that despite our human weakness the kingdom of God is growing in us and thriving and overtime will bring first fruits.
Take a closer look at today's Gospel.
Our life and everything it creates is a huge estate. Our hearts are dedicated to the cultivation of the land.
God is the sower and throws His words to the ground, and we are waiting for His development. Let us know the words are directed especially to us. This special grain is tailored to this very land, to our conditions. God looks at our souls, their growth, their path of development. He selects the words, the content and the message to the possibilities of our reception. Although He always speaks of love, it is a way of speaking that is adapted to each of us.
Therefore, do not worry about anything, God Himself, as a farmer, will take care of what He has sown in us. He will give us sun and wind. He sprinkles us with rain and He loosens the earth and removes the weeds.
God's word will develop in us and grow to eventually bear fruit. We have only to open our hearts and give Him the fields of our life.. Trust and wait with great hope for the harvest. Is it really too much?
Notice that God does not ask the impossible of us. He adjusts requests to our human capabilities.
He only asks us to let Him sow the seed of His Word in us and through us, in our souls.
He just asks us to let His Word grow in us and through us in our hearts.
He just asks us to spread His Kingdom in our hearts, souls, and around us. In this way, we will live in God, but others will be involved in this new life as well.
So Jesus tells us that the Kingdom of God can appear in any place, at any time and under any circumstance, and that the Kingdom can develop quickly and have a great range .Because, when "love" is spread, we do not know how and where it casts forth its roots, and who among us, actually brings God's yield.
So, let's believe that, in God's Kingdom we are where we give and receive love.
Every day, when you love your fellow man, and are interested in them,-- there is God's Kingdom!