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The principle of sowing and reaping is more than just an agricultural priciple. Of course it works well in our finances but what about our families. Rarely do we sit down and intentionally plant for the kind of harvest we want to see from our marriages and families.
Trusting God with your money is fundamental to a life of faith and to life in Christ. God has always demanded generosity both for the benefit of the poor, but also for the benefit of the giver in order to position the giver for blessing so that he/she can be even more generous in order to fund the gospel and to be a blessing to mankind in various ways.
God asks us to give freely to him, promising that he will more than repay us. And, Jesus taught that we will be accountable for our stewardship of everything God entrusts to us. But, will God really repay the investments we make in his kingdom? This case study will help you to see that he does and help you to understand why it is so vital that we seek out opportunities to make such investments. It's life changing. Don't miss this. Mt 19:16-30; Mk 10:17-31; 2Cor 9:6-11; Mal 3:6-12; Mt 25:14-30; 2Cor 9:6
Sowing seed starts with the sowing in the right place in the right way. Reaping is then promised ... but in God's time. But then what? Why are you blessed with a havest?
Jesus said the harvest truly is plenteous. Believers are faced with three responsibilities to reap in Christ's harvest field: They need to embrace the fact of a ready harvest, the must address the failure for not reaping the ready harvest and they must follow the footsteps for reaping the prepared harvest. This message will inspire you to be busy about the Lord's business of sowing and reaping in the Lord's harvest field of souls.
In this passage, the Apostle Paul exhorts the church to share all good things with the one who teaches. Pastor Todd sets this in context to show us how this is part of our faith walk, of sowing to the Spirit, of persevering in prioritizing our support of and in providing for our local church.