Wheat and Tares 1
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Matthew 13:24-30
1a. Notice the tares are sowed at night (dreams).
The majority of ministers in the earth preach based on dreams that they have had, when they dont properly know/understand how to interpret a dream.
1b. It is a Reapers job to separate the tares from the wheat. The Apostles are the Reapers. It is our job to cut off, separate the tares from the wheat.
Tare - zizanion = a false grain, or darnel.
Tare actually is called a "bastard wheat," it looks like, smells like, and sounds like wheat, but to the trained eye and ear, you can discern the differences.
13:36-43
The Greek says the sower of the "good seed" is the Huios Anthropos, which means a "fully mature/perfect man." So the Huios' sow the good seed/wheat, Then the devil comes and sows the tares/bastard wheat.
Let me show you the differences.
Wheat grows best in dry climates (not watered down). It needs good rich soil (soil that has been beaten, trodden, etc.) to ensure high yields. The most productive crops are grown on the well-drained, deep, rich soils where summer temperatures are highest (purging) and rainfall is low.
"Preparing the land
Farmers plough their land to prepare a seed bed for their crops. Ploughing turns over the weeds and debris from the previous crop. These rot underground providing nutrients for the next crop.
Sowing
The seeds have to be sown at the correct depth in the soil and immediately covered. 95% of wheat is sown in the autumn. Other cereal crops, such as barley, may also be sown in the spring. The plants grow slowly during the winter € they look like a field of grass.
The growing season
The plants grow rapidly in Spring. The plants need sunlight, warmth and water to grow well, and fertilisers are also used. Fertilisers are substances added to the soil to increase the yield of the crop. They work by providing one or more of the essential ingredients that plants need for growth: nitrogen (N), phosphate (P) and potassium (K). Farmers may use organic fertilisers (e.g. manure, waste crops) or inorganic products (e.g. ammonium nitrate).
Each wheat plant shoot produces a stem, which grows to about 60cm. The seed head, or 'ear', emerges from the top of the stem in early June. Each ear of wheat has about 40 grains.
Disease, weed and pest control continues throughout the growing season. Wheat plants can suffer diseases which affect their leaves, stems or ears. Farmers use fungicides to control disease caused by fungi, herbicides to keep down weeds, and insecticides to control insect pests. At the same time, farmers need to strike a balance between getting a good crop and protecting the environment.
Harvesting
The wheat ripens, and the nutrients from the plant are transferred to the grain in the ear. These grains would form the new wheat plants.
The grain is harvested between mid-July and September. Combine harvester machines cut down the wheat and separate the grain from the stalks. The machine also cleans the grain using a number of sieves.
The straw and the remains of the ear are either chopped and left in the field to provide nutrients for the next crop or left unchopped to be baled for straw. Straw is used to provide winter bedding for livestock and can also be a low value animal feed.
Storage and marketing
After harvest, the grain is kept in special stores that are free from pests and risks of contamination. Grain storage has to follow strict guidelines in order to keep its quality.
Psalm 1:1-6
This was a principle that Israel understood, they understood the principles of Torah (strict guidelines for the wheat), and Jacob rejected. Jacob is constantly rejecting the "strict guidelines." In a conversation with a guy yesterday, he flat out rejected the Law, claiming "he was righteous, so he didnt need the law, as the law was written for the unrighteous, since scripture says he is the righteousness of god in christ." This is a tare, a "bastard wheat," not understanding what they are reading, but trying to "pass themselves off as wheat."
Notice the "bastard wheat" is likened to chaff.
Chaff - mots = during the threshing process, they "let loose," become wild, from mwts, become extortioners.

Psalm 35:1-10
Angel - Malak = messenger, a shepherd, or pastor, (G) Aggelos, meaning the same.

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