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Proverbs 24:31
And, lo, it was all grown over with thorns, and nettles had covered the face thereof, and the stone wall thereof was broken down.
Reflections On The Scripture: This verse is an illustration and reminder of the state of our lives when we neglect our spiritual walk, much like the neglected field overrun by weeds and broken walls. The thorns and nettles are symbolic of the many concerns of life that can choke the life out of us when we fail to prioritize and cultivate our relationship with God. All too often, we fill our lives with unnecessary worries and concerns, causing our spiritual life to wither. The broken stone wall is a poignant metaphor. This stone wall represents our spiritual defenses. When neglected, they can break down allowing negativity and sin to infiltrate easily. But, dear friends, the Good News is that our spiritual landscape can be restored. Just as the land can be cleared, replanted, and the stone wall rebuilt, so too can our faith and spiritual life be revitalized when we reconnect and reaffirm our devotion to our Creator. It's never too late to start tending to the garden of our spirit. With faith, prayer, and persistence, we can transform this overgrown, dilapidated field into a blossoming garden under God's Heavenly Light.

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