Sermon Series
  • 1. #1: We Reap Much We Did Not Sow

    Contributed on Jul 7, 2007
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    Ever hear of something called “jogging in a jug”? “Jogging in a Jug” is a concoction of 4 parts grape juice, 4 parts apple juice, and 1 part apple cider vinegar. Yum, yum! It’s a folk remedy; a kind of “Drano” for your arteries.

  • 2. #2: We Reap The Same In Kind As We Sow

    Contributed on Jul 7, 2007
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    In 1974, the year I graduated from High School, Harry Chapin released a record album with the song entitled, “Cats In The Cradle". The lyrics of this song introduce the second Law of Harvest, "We Reap the Same In Kind as We Sow".

  • 3. #3: We Reap In A Different Season Than When We Sow

    Contributed on Jul 7, 2007
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    There are some things in life that are an acquired taste. Fried okra. I decided I’d like some fried okra for lunch today so I bought some seeds this weekend. So I have planted three okra seeds in this container of dirt. I carefully placed the seeds about

  • 4. #4: We Reap More Than We Sow

    Contributed on Jul 7, 2007
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    What goes around, comes around. Every action has a reaction. What goes up must come down. These are all universal laws, laws that effect your life. There is also the universal law of reaping and sowing. They are seven in number, with each stemming from Go

  • 5. #5: We Reap In Proportion As We Sow

    Contributed on Jul 7, 2007
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    Can a farmer plant one acre of crop and reap 100 acres worth? Quote: "If the farmer only cultivates one acre, he can only reap what one acre can produce." Today we examine the 5th law of the harvest to the aspect of our "doing." "We reap in proportion as

  • 6. #6: We Reap The Full Harvest Of The Good Only If We Persevere

    Contributed on Jul 7, 2007
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    We have several people here today that have set aside a piece of acreage that sits next to their house for a special purpose. It’s better known as "The Garden." In the summer it supports row after row of vegetation: Let’s take a poll of what is planted….N

  • 7. #7: We Cannot Do Anything About Last Year's Harvest

    Contributed on Jul 7, 2007
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    Here’s a poem that goes with the theme of what we’ve been studying: "If Turnip Seed Grow Turnips" If turnip seeds grow turnips, And greens grow spinach greens; If carrot seeds grow carrots, And bean seeds bring up beans; If lettuce seeds grow lett