Justine and Gracie (Brother and Sister) were fighting over a trivial matter. Loving mother comes and sorts out the differences between them. She understood Gracie was wrong so embraced her, kissed her and gave her a fair chance to repent. Justine gets angry and leaves.

Justine cries a lot but his mother always taught him to bring every matter and every concern to the Lord! So he opens up the Bible and read the story of the "PRODIGAL SON".

click here to read the parable of PRODIGAL SON

Satan comes as a stealer as a thief and tries to tempt him. Because of his presence, Justine's heart deceives him.

Jeremiah 17:9, " The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? "

He started thinking about the elder son in the parable and started talking to himself.

JUSTINE:- What is wrong if he is mad at his father?
                   He takes care of his parents but his stupid brother runs away with all the money, brings great disgrace and loss to the family and he gets a big party? What about his reward? Doesn't he deserve more than him?

Because of the great pain in his heart, he closed the Bible and didn't read further. He started crying more bitterly and as usual Satan was very happy and left him alone there.

At such a time, her mother comes IN SEARCH OF HIM. Because he was mad at her, he didn't talk to her.
But his mother "ENTREATED HIM."

Mother:- My dear Son, what happen? Tell me, let me hear your case. Son didn't at first, but with more expression of love from his mother, he started narrating how he felt and also about the Prodigal Son interpretation.

Mother:- Just listen to me, I LOVE YOU! My child, you are always with me, and everything I have is yours. Please do me a favor.
Pray for more grace of God and read the parable of "LABORERS IN VINEYARD" and place yourself as the 11th hour laborer and tell me what you think about it?

Son agreed and Mom kissed him and embraced him. She united both Justine and Gracie. By the time it was evening, they forgot about their fight and started playing.

(to be cont.)  

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