Galatians 6:7. The final law of sowing and reaping is that there is no escape from the laws of sowing and reaping. The laws of sowing and reaping are immutable much like the laws of gravity. If we sow little, we will always reap little. If we sow in kind, we will reap in kind. Whatever we sow, a little or a lot, we will always reap more. If we sow good things, we will reap good things.
Luke 6:38. This law of sowing and reaping highlights the advantages of sowing good things in whatever you do. Doing good works as well as being spiritually good enables us to reap good rewards. Luke 6:38 says , “Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom.
Bible Summary. The first law of sowing and reaping is if you sow in kind, then you reap in the same kind. Another law of sowing and reaping is that if you sow little, you will reap little. If you sow much, you will reap much. The third law of reaping and sowing is that you reap more than you sow. See below for Biblical commentary and scriptures concerning the laws of sowing and reaping.
The illustration of the Seed and the Stalk of Corn highlights God's laws of sowing and reaping. "Be not deceived." We reap what we sow. This is true in the natural and the spiritual world. We reap more than we sow. Reap when? Reap in life, in death and through all eternity. See the illustration of the Seed and the Stalk of Corn below.
2nd Corinthians 9:6. Another law of sowing and reaping is that if you sow little, you will reap little. If you sow much, you will reap much. In each case you reap in proportional to what you sowed. Just as with a farmer where if you sow many acres, you can then harvest many acres.
Matthew 5:24. Another consequence of unforgiveness is that unforgiveness prevents you from coming into God’s presence. If you have unforgiveness in your heart against someone, God does not want you in his presence. No matter how much you desire to worship God and to be in his presence, he does not want to have anything to do with you refuse to forgive others.
Bible Summary. The primary purpose of giving tithes and offerings is to honor God. Ministry staff is to supported by their congregation through tithes and offerings. Evangelists are to be supported through tithes and offerings from their home church. Church facilities, organizations, and outreach programs are to be supported by our tithes and offerings.
Malachi 3:10. Another purpose of tithes and offerings is to make provisions for the church facilities, the church staff, and the administration of the church. In the Old Testament, the Israelites were commanded and received blessings from God for tithing to support the upkeep and administration of God’s temple.
Proverbs 3:9. The primary purpose of giving tithes and offerings is to honor God. When we offer up to God our material goods, we are telling God that he is more important than any of our material goods.
Bible Summary. The origin and definition of the word tithe is derived from the Hebrew word, “aser” meaning ten. Many of the hundreds of laws given down from God to Moses are related to tithes and offerings. Another aspect or definition of tithe is a reverent and willing response to give a portion of your earnings for God’s use.