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19/08/2020 - WHERE WE MUST SOW

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For thus says the Lord to the men of Judah and Jerusalem: “Break up your fallow ground, And do not sow among thorns. Jeremiah 4:3

Every farmer knows that in order to make a good harvest, he must first look at his land in order to find out which crop will be best suited to that soil. The next step is to prepare the land for sowing. Once cultivation is determined, he should acquire good quality seeds and observe the planting time of each species.

Who learns the basics of farming techniques can achieve good results, increasing the productivity of their fields. In the same way, the Christian who is willing to work in the Lord’s field needs to be prepared, observing the Word every day, to keep it forever in his heart. By doing God’s good will, your gains will be greater (1 Cor. 2: 9). In the divine work, the negligent never succeeds. The good tree is known for its fruits; therefore he who sows freely will reap a curse (Jer 48:10).

Speaking in parables, the Master shared with the multitude following the path of a sower (Matt. 13: 1-23). The narrative presents four situations, which symbolize the hearts of certain people. Note: a farmer began to scatter his seeds, but some fell by the wayside, and soon the birds devoured them. This happens to those who receive the Word but do not go on knowing it, because the devil steals it from them.

Then the man dropped some grain on the rocky ground. When the first sprouts germinated, the sun burned them because they had no deep roots. This is the case for all who forsake the Lord in the first adversities. Then, falling another portion among the thorns, they grew and choked the seedlings. The cares of this life can crush those whose spiritual roots are not strong, causing them to give up Christ.

However, something new occurs when the seed falls on good ground – the sincere heart of those who hear the Message: it not only grows, but also bears fruit. The Word always produces the result for which it was determined (Isa 55:11). Do not doubt the action of the Word. Sown in the right way, it will prosper and never be corrupted.

With the most precious grain, do not waste it (Luke 8:11). Prepare the earth from the hearts of the people to receive the Good Seed. Unsown soil may be stony or weeded. It is more difficult to win an offended brother than a strong city (Prov. 18:19). But persevere and do what the Lord commands!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Father! Every Word that comes out of Your lips produces results. Therefore, we cannot waste it! Give us skillful hands to sow the Good Seed, that Your fields may flourish and bear good fruit.

Your servant Jeremiah had already revealed this truth to us, even before Jesus taught us about sowing. Lord, You are watching over Your promises to keep them, and they have all been fulfilled in Your Son. Hallelujah!

Now go meet that reader of mine whose heart is by the side of the road, full of stones or thorns. Pass upon him with Thy holy plow, preparing the land of his heart, to produce Thy blessing, in the Name of Jesus!


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