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Hosea 10:12-13
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stephen Caswell © 2004
 
Weeds
 
A young man had a terrible falling out with a neighboring farmer.
One night, in an act of cruel vengeance, he crept through the neighboring fields, sowing the seeds of a persistent, virulent weed.
The weeds sprang up, and no amount of effort would eradicate them.
Years passed, and eventually the young man fell in love with the farmer’s daughter.
He married her and, at length, inherited the farm.
He later confessed that he was spending the rest of his life reaping what he had sown in that one act of angry folly.
When a farmer plants potatoes he will not reap broccoli, but potatoes.
Every tree and herb produces after its kind.
This is one of the laws of nature that God has established.
God has also brought spiritual laws into being so that we will reap what we sow.
Hosea tells us that our very lives are producing a harvest.
Today we will see 2 ways we can plant.
*/Sowing to the Flesh/* or */Sowing to the Spirit./*
 
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Sowing to the Flesh
 
*Hosea 10:13:* /You have plowed wickedness; you have reaped iniquity.
You have eaten the fruit of lies, because you trusted in your own way, In the multitude of your mighty men.
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