Let us Be a Garden of Righteousness

As I was reading this morning, I came across this sweet poem and i had to share.

I ponder so often lately, what it really means: to be righteous, to be meek, long-suffering….

 

These are things He tells, not that we should be, but that we ARE to be.

We are a garden; things are planted within us every day. What we hear, what we see, where we go – every thing plants a seed. What is growing in my garden? Am I tending it properly? Wisely and quickly weeding out those things that will cause bitterness, anger, pride, deceit, selfishness…. Can we seek to be good gardeners? 🙂

 

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