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The Law of the Harvest (15 of 16)
We're getting very close to finishing our series through the book of Galatians. We have spent a good bit of time walking through each verse of this New Testament book. A theme we see reoccurring throughout this book is that the source of our righteousness is found in Christ alone.
We understand this spiritually speaking, but it's a different thing altogether to live it out faithfully. When we first come to Christ, we understand that our righteousness isn't good enough. But as we seek to live for Christ, we seem to forget this truth.
Paul has spent a great deal of time reminding the Galatian believers of their position in Christ. Through the cross, they have been justified. In the last few sections he has turned a corner from doctrinal teaching to practical living. And here in Galatians 6:6-10 Paul teaches us about The Law of the Harvest. READ TEXT
*I have no doubt that you are familiar with some very important laws. I don't mean the laws of thermodynamics, or the law of entropy. But here's a couple that you might be aware of. The law of gravity. I don't know the official definition for the law of gravity but I know one you've probably heard before: what goes up, must come down. Isaac Newton realized this when an apple fell on his head. And let me just apologize up front if I mess something up here, science was never my favorite subject. Here's another law you should be well acquainted with. The law of murphy. Wait, we normally call it Murphy's Law. You know what that is right? If something can go wrong, it will. Have you ever felt like you were living proof that Murphy's Law is true? You sprain your ankle getting out of bed, you're all out of hot water, you put on your favorite outfit and spill coffee all over it before you head out the door, you back your car into your kid's bike and puncture your tire in the process…and that's just the first 30 min ...
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