by Adrian Rogers

Five Laws of the Harvest
Adrian Rogers
Mark 4:26

We've been studying in the gospel of Mark. Today we come to a very wonderful and beautiful passage. And as I looked at it tremendously blessed my heart. Mark chapter four and I began in verse 26, ''And he said, so is the kingdom of God as if a man should cast seed into the ground and should sleep and rise night and day and the seed should spring and grow up, he knoweth not how. For the earth bringeth forth fruit of herself. First the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the ear. But when the fruit is brought forth, immediately he putteth in the sickle because the harvest is right.''

Underscore the phrase the harvest is right. To speak to you today on the five laws of the harvest. He five laws of the harvest. Now God is a God of order. God has built order in to the physical world. And God has built order into the spiritual world.

This order we call law. There are spiritual laws and there are physical laws that you cannot break. Now sometimes we say we break the Ten Commandments. We don't break them friend, we are broken on them.

A man steps off a twenty story building. He says, ''I'm going to break the law of gravity.'' He breaks his neck. He doesn't break the law of gravity. What he does, he demonstrates the law of gravity. That law is there and it works for a saved man or a lost man. A saved man steps off a twenty story building, he is going to fall. A lost man steps off a twenty story building he is going to fall. These laws are written to nature. God made these laws.

Now I want to tell you there are laws. The law of gravity, the law of centrifugal force are written into the natural world and there are also laws. What are written into the spiritual world.

One of the great laws in the law of the harvest. The law of the harvest. There is a law of sowing and reaping that-s in nature and in the spiritual realm and we need to learn some wonderful, wonderful truths today. The five laws o ...

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