Genesis 1:28. Adam and Eve were the first humans who were charged by God to have dominion over all earthly things.
Deuteronomy 25:21. Another Biblical principle for businesses is “do not cheat the customer”. This may seem like common sense, but for some businesses their motto is “do not get caught cheating the customer”. In Biblical times merchants cheated customers by using inflated scale weights when measuring produce and goods that they sold to customers.
Deuteronomy 30:9. One of God’s promises in the Bible concerning finances is that he will bless the work of our hands and our financial investments.
Jeremiah 17:8. The Bible tells us that if we trust God, he will sustain us and have us prosper. Jeremiah 17:8, says “Blessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is.” We are blessed and will prosper if we will just trust God versus just relying on ourselves for our sustainment and prosperity.
Psalm 35:27. The Bible tells us that God has pleasure in the prosperity of his servant. In the book of Psalms David tells us “Let them shout for joy, and be glad, that favour my righteous cause: yea, let them say continually, Let the Lord be magnified, which hath pleasure in the prosperity of his servant” (Psalm 35:27).
Bible Summary. Another law of sowing and reaping is doing good works as well as being spiritually good enables us to reap good rewards. The laws of sowing and reaping also includes that if we do things that are contrary to God then we will reap the dire consequences or our actions. The final law of sowing and reaping is that there is no escape from the laws of sowing and reaping.
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.