The Kingdom of Heaven is like a mustard seed... 32 It is the smallest of all seeds, but it becomes the largest of garden plants; it grows into a tree (Matt. 13:31-32).
John the Baptist on recognizing His cousin Jesus for the first time as Messiah exclaimed: “ the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the whole world.” He later acknowledged that His presence necessitated a decrease in himself for Christ to increase. Such is the landscape of the Kingdom of God, once you enter in the government of King Jesus brings inevitable expansion to your life.
The Lamb of God reveals Himself to you and the all-encompassing nature of Jesus Christ consumes you. Your journey begins as a tiny pinprick of light but will continue from glory to glory. We commence in Christ, but most importantly we endure in Him. He calls us to continue in Him through His trials, joys, and persecution.
We are His glory garden. He is the master gardener knowing when and how to uproot the weeds of pride, bitterness, deceit, and a myriad of others toxins restoring us to beauty. His government of peace can only increase as we surrender our wills and come to Him as King.