“The enemy that sowed the tares is the devil; a sworn enemy to”
“By "tares" is meant, not what in our husbandry is so called, but some noxious plant, probably darnel.”
“He also told them a story called "The Wheat and the Tares," of a man who sowed good seed in a field, but when it sprung up and bore grain there were weeds growing among it called tares, for an enemy had sowed the seed at night and it had grown up with the wheat.”
“Note, Though godly people may share with the wicked in the calamities of the world, yet wicked people shall have no share with the godly in the heavenly Canaan; but it shall be part of the blessedness of that world that they shall be purged out from among them, the tares from the wheat, the chaff from the corn, ch. xiii.”
“In scripture it would be characterized as tares among the wheat and the advice in the gospels is to wait until the harvest and then cut them out.”
“He declares with regard to the tares, "The tares are the children of the wicked one,"  it must be affirmed that He has ascribed all who are of the apostasy to him who is the ringleader of this transgression.”
“For this cause also God has banished from His presence him who did of his own accord stealthily sow the tares, that is, him who brought about the transgression;  but He took compassion upon man, who, through want of care no doubt, but still wickedly [on the part of another], became involved in disobedience; and”
“But, alas! calling the tares wheat will not avail when "the Lord of the harvest" comes and the command is given, "Bind them in bundles to burn them.”
“The tares are the children of the wicked, and "the enemy that sowed them is the devil.”
“The enemy that sowed the tares is the apostasy, which destroyed much of the good seed and sowed discord, contention, strife and superstition.”
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