Asked by: Elfreda Puadoasked in category: General Last Updated: 5th May, 2020
What does God say about reaping and sowing?
Thereof, what is reaping and sowing?
To reap is “to gather a crop” and to sow, “to plant seeds.” Throughout versions of the Bible, sowing is used as a metaphor for one's actions and reaping for the results of those actions.
Furthermore, what is the meaning of sowing a seed in the Bible? In the morning sow your seed, And in the evening do not withhold your hand; For you do not know which will prosper, The Hebrew word's literal meaning is to sow or scatter seed; but in its figurative history, this word has been used to provide wisdom in all areas of life.
Subsequently, one may also ask, do we always reap what we sow?
People regularly ask me that question because incidents often happen in their lives and they can't imagine having ever done anything to reap them. The answer to the above-mentioned question is ALWAYS YES! The immutable law of cause and effect manages everything.
What are the laws of sowing and reaping?
Law #1: Every Marriage Is Affected By Sowing And Reaping You see, all actions have consequences, whether positive or negative. Right now, everyone is planting seeds through actions or decisions that will one day grow into a harvest that they will reap.