by Dr. Ed Young


also reap."

And then it goes on to explain if you sow to the Spirit, you will of the Spirit
reap eternal life. But if you sow to the flesh, from the flesh you will reap
corruption. And so as we read this promise, it has a frightening word of
warning that whatever you sow in your life; whatever I sow in my life that's
what is coming up. That's what we will harvest.

Now, if we sow good things, goodness will be produced! If we sow to the flesh

and vile things, vileness and fleshly things will be produced. So, it's one of

God's immutable laws - what you sow, you reap. If you sow to the wind, we read

in the Old Testament, you reap the whirlwind. And so I think we need to look

at our own lives and we see any problems we have; any besetting sins that plague

us, we need to remember that is what we're sowing. So we need to be careful

what we read, what we look at, what we listen to, the environment in which we

place ourselves because all of these things contribute to our psychic,

contribute to our mind and our personalities and that is what in time will come

up. As a man thinketh, that's what that man really is. So this is true

personally, in your life and in my life. As we sow, that's what we reap.

A lot of people are sowing good words; a lot of people are sowing a positive

word of witness; a lot of people are sowing kindness and graciousness and

understanding and that's what is coming back. We know that the Bible clearly

teaches us the Golden Rule and the Golden Rule simply stated we would paraphrase

it and say "Whatever you need that's what you give." If you need love, you give

love; if you need understanding, you give understanding; if you ...

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