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Sowing and Reaping (Pt. II)
LIBERTY ... NOT LEGALISM
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
November 19, 2006
Now as we continue our study of the book of Galatians under the heading LIBERTY .. NOT LEGALISM ... take your Bible and join me in chapter 6.
As you're finding Galatians 6 .. let me remind you that tonight we are continuing our Bible Conference with Dr. Jerry Vines at 6:00 p.m. If you've not had a chance to sing in the Ya'll Come choir ... you plan to meet Joe Buckner in here at 5:00 p.m. to get ready to lead us in worship.
Now if Jerry Vines isn't enough ... our own Alex and Stephen Kendrick will be here sharing with us what God has been doing in and through their lives. Alex and Stephen grew up here .. saved here .. called into ministry here and how proud we are of them for writing, producing and staring in the movie Facing the Giants.
After seeing the movie .. I called Alex and told him how his movie touched me and encouraged me and then asked him to come home for a night. And he and his brother will be here tonight. You will not want to miss it.
All right .. by now you have found Galatians 6. Last Sunday we considered one of God's immutable .. unchangeable laws that touch every area of our life. It is the principle of "cause and effect." Paul calls it "sowing and reaping."
The principle is found in Galatians 6.7b, ".. for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap." Now don't tell me that the Bible is an outdated, irrelevant book that's not for today. Here is a Bible principle that is just as true today as it was 2000 years ago!
Here's a principle that touches our faith .. our family ... our future .. our finances .. our friendships and yes .. even our fellowship! "..for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap."
Now last week we learned three timeless truths from this principle:
*You always reap what you sow. That's true in the agriculture world: if you sow corn .. you will always reap corn. It's true in the horticulture wor ...
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