No we’re not talking about the favorite HERB of the Valley. I’m talking about the lessons I have learned from a non-producing garden. These are my thoughts as I sat and pondered in the last few weeks.
You’ll never understand planting good seeds until you plant some seeds and see them grow. You see the scriptures speak of planting good seeds, which is commendable.
I have planted many seeds of all types; some good seeds and some bad seeds. Good seeds grow into beautiful plants reaching towards the sun producing sweet fruit. Bad seeds do nothing or worse, produce infectious weeds that clutter the ground and attempt to choke out the good plants.
Great care must be taken to remove both weed and its root. If the root is not also taken up and cast out of the garden the weed will again spring up at the first chance. You have to understand the relationship of the fruit plant and the weed plant, and to understand that, you’ll have to plant seeds, so go plant a garden.