• Liberty Life Center
    In the midst of battles, sometimes we find it hard to get our mind straight. And what satan does is try to keep us engaged on the negative picture, but what is expedient for us is to have a shift in our perspective. Gazing on God and His promises is how we win the battles launched at us by the enemy. One way in which the enemy plants tares into our harvest is when we are slumbering (Matt. 13:25). He picks up on our unguarded moments to wreck our vine. While we are bewildered by the circumstance surrounding us regarding the mess in our vineyard, we need not look any further because – “the enemy had done this” (Matt.13:28a). The solution is definitely not to attempt to go around removing the tares from the wheat (good harvest) because doing so will implicate the removal of the wheat as well. Tares are injurious weeds, but are very similar to wheats when they are young growing plants. The plan of the enemy, therefore, is to create a confusion or decoy to try and implicate the destruction of our good harvest. From the parable of the tares and the wheat in Matthew 13:30,