Seeds and Harvest: the Hope of Christian Blogging

“High Cotton” by Anthony Baker

(Speaking to a friend about blogging, I said) We plant and water seeds of hope and love and joy and grace. We sow these seeds all over the world!

Rarely will we see a harvest, but the Holy Spirit knows how to take that divinely inspired “click” and turn it into new life.

It will be interesting, and wonderful, to one day see what God was able to do with the crazy medium of Christian blogging.

To HIM be the glory!

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2 responses to “Seeds and Harvest: the Hope of Christian Blogging

  1. There is an Old book called “why cant I get my locker open” focused on why God is not helping fix everything. While to some degree all of us feel abandoned by a invisible God, Gods promise that he will not abandon us falls flat until you see God intervene here and there.
    The contempt in the wilderness for God was bitter. Then it was a issue of leaving houses and lands and slavery for a wilderness picking food off the ground like bird poop. Today our fist shaking may be caused cause our car wont start or someone harms us.
    Still For a Christian the contempt for God is a grave sin. Its a sin of the heart.
    Hope comes in when Jesus uses that story about the snake being put on the pole to save the people, to say, he will be put on a poll to save us from our contempt. For our lack of Trust/Faith while walking through this wilderness with 5 McD’s per square Mile and number that will bring Police in a moments notice.

    Many times we get tired, and say God, why do you make my back hurt with all this cotton and God says back, did you not notice that last year you got this land at 1/2 price and your planting total has given you more profit than you have ever seen in your life. Your back hurts does it. Some how our troubles blind us to the Glory we possess.

  2. Here is some cotton for your worries. For such a time as this:

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