Wednesdays for Women

Matthew 5:7 Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.
It’s interesting how we accept the law of the harvest in the natural but we can’t seem to accept it in the spiritual. We know that if you sow potato seed you get potato, not carrot. If you want carrot you must sow carrot seed. Seems pretty straight forward but when it comes to the spiritual we don’t like to acknowledge the Law of the Harvest. We hope to sow one thing and reap another.
Jesus told us we must forgive others if we expect God to forgive us. If we won’t forgive others He won’t forgive us. Sounds pretty rough but it’s the Law of the Harvest… Sow forgiveness, reap forgiveness. Sow unforgiveness, reap unforgiveness. Matthew 6:14-15
Jesus told us to not judge and condemn. He warned us that we will be judged by how we judge. So if we are harsh and critical in our judgement of others then we will get harsh judgement back. Sow judgement, reap judgement. Luke 6:35
You want God to bless you then you must bless others. Give and it shall be given unto you, pressed down and shaken. You can’t out-give God. You will reap far more than you sow. When God gives your cup will run over!  Luke 6:38
What do you want from God? Mercy? Forgiveness? Blessings? You must first sow the seeds yourself. Go ahead and try. Be merciful to others. Be forgiving toward others. Bless others. Be kind and gentle, even when you feel it’s undeserved.  God will not go against His own law. What you sow you will indeed reap. Try it God’s way and see what happens.

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