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The Law of the Harvest (14 of 15)
Series: The Lord Of Liberty
Ernest L. Easley
It is from the New Testament book of Galatians that we learn that the Lord Jesus Christ is the LORD OF LIBERTY! Jesus is the great liberator! He sets the captives free!
When He steps into your heart, He liberates you from the bondage of the Law into the liberty of grace! Psalm 146.7 tells us that ''He gives food to the hungry and freedom to the prisoners.'' Jesus gives pardons to prisoners! And pardon me but ''Hallelujah, what a savior!'' He is the Lord of Liberty!
He sets us free by grace and we stay set free by grace! You see, whatever sets you free keeps you free! Whatever gets you saved keeps you saved! And I praise the Lord for saving me by His grace and not by my works!
Ephesians 2.8-9, ''For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast.'' Therefore, His grace keeps me saved because it was His grace that got me saved.
''Grace, grace, God's grace, grace that will pardon and cleanse with in, Grace, Grace, God's grace, grace that is greater than all our sin.''
I am so glad that we still sing the great hymns around here! Now I like the chorus too! There is a place for chorus' in worship! But it is from the hymns that we learn Bible truths that stick with us all through life!
Well in our study of Galatians, we come to chapter 6 verse 6 where we learn some things about The Law of the Harvest. There is an unchangeable immutable Law that operates in every aspect of life! And I want to show you tonight how you can take that Law and use it in your faith in your family and in your finances! It is what I want to call, ''The Law of the Harvest'' Galatians 6.6-10
Here is an unchangeable, immutable law! And that law can be applied in every arena of your life! Now as we think about The Law of the Harvest Paul mentions two things: First he mentions SHARING, and the ...
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