Kingdom Gardening

  • Oct. 4, 2014
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Hi, I’m Joni Eareckson Tada. And I have so many memories of times on our Maryland farm. We’d plant something in the spring —something small, so tiny—and then, when we’d almost forgotten about it, all of a sudden come harvest, there’d be this bounty, this abundance of vegetables that tasted great! You know it makes me think of Galatians chapter 6 where it says: If you sow to please your own desires, you reap a crop of sorrow. If you plant to please God, you’ll reap joy and everlasting life. Oh friend, stay on the growing side of godliness this season. Plant seeds of love and kindness, because they will always reap something grand and good; patience and integrity will always produce a bountiful harvest in the lives of your family, friends, and the best harvest of all, it will produce the character of Christ in your life! That is sowing what you’re reaping in the best kind of way. 

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