I’m on the board of our Home Owners Association, we had to meet to handle the issue with the bats. We had planned to meet in the cul-de-sac outside of my house, but the weather turned, and it began to thunder with lightning popping, and then it began to rain. We moved our meeting into my garage; we are still protecting one another from the Coronavirus. The meeting was successful, so now, when it is lawful, we can remove any bats that may have made their home in the eaves of some of the houses. Isn’t it funny the people have to follow the law, but the bats don’t? They were uninvited guests, but we can’t evict them until the appropriate time. God has a plan to remove the evil of this world too, but we have to wait until the right time, so we have to contend with it until the assigned day. This situation is similar to the parable of the weeds being sown into the crops by an enemy; Jesus said to let them grow with the wheat and then separate them at the harvest. The day of reckoning is coming! We will evict the bats, and the weeds will be burned at the harvest. Hang in there; our troubles are almost over. The enemy may try to discourage us from meeting to handle the issue, but seek shelter under the covering of the Lord, and you will be safe.
Let both grow together until the harvest, and at harvest time I will tell the reapers, “Gather the weeds first and bind them in bundles to be burned, but gather the wheat into my barn.”’” Matthew 13:30
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