Quickly think about that, whatever you sow you will reap, and what was your first impulse thought? Was it negative, meaning “Yes, if you don’t act right, it will come back to you?” or was it positive, knowing that you can sow good seeds and expect good positive returns? This verse is quoted in the bible and interpreted often in biblical and theology terminology, and believe it or not many other books. It is considered a Universal Law that states whatever you put out, you’re going to get back in return. In science this same law or concept is known as cause & effect. For every action there’s an equal reaction. When you begin to understand law, you begin to realize that the laws of the land, not man, but the land laws are real as gravity. What goes up must and will come down. Laws of the land are not debatable, although many different groups will debate just because the wording that they use is different. When you begin to understand Universal Natural Laws of the land, your perception changes when you read biblical terms such as, “Obey the laws of the land, “and “Sin is transgression of the law”. Hmm, you may need to reread that and allow it to digest for a minute, but I’m no biblical scholar. But by understanding, and expansion of awareness you will begin to change your perspective, thus changing your life actions, and results. When you read the line, “You will reap what you sow,” this should be a happy, joyful, positive experience that lets you know without a shadow of a doubt that you have complete control of your life and its results. As you decide to pursue greater health, greater wealth, greater prosperity, an abundant life, and you’re seeking greater results, just focus on what you’re giving out. Because by law, the more you give, the more you will receive.
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