As Spirit filled people we are to sow — plant — cultivate the righteousness of God — through His word and by His spirit! We do not live by the culture of this or any generation, but by the eternal world of God — that changes not! Jesus referred to four 4 types of soil in the gospels, but he was not talking about natural soil.
- Break Up Your Fallow Ground!
- Millard Fillmore.
- Holman Bible Dictionary?
- 5 Bible verses about Fallow Land!
He was referring to the hearts of men. Genevieve Danielle D'unienville. I searched and found this sermon. I feel very blessed for finding it. This my first blessing after the first church service of Post Reply Cancel. Free Worship Song Lyrics.
BREAKUP YOUR FALLOW GROUND SOW RIGHTEOUS SEED (DAY 11)
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The scripture read to us tonight says we are to sow to ourselves in righteousness. We must sow for ourselves righteousness. You have to sow righteousness for yourself!
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To Stand Upright before God! Scripture tells us very plainly that OUR righteousness is as filthy rags in the sight of God! When men rely only on self to produce righteousness they Do what they think and feel is right within themselves! BUT True righteousness is not based on how we look at it!
- Urology: Bladder Cancer: Current Concepts (Audio-Digest Foundation Urology Continuing Medical Education (CME). Book 35).
- Sex Before Dying.
- Gray Matters.
- Fallow Ground.
- 9/18/16 “BREAK UP YOUR FALLOW GROUND” – Pastor Shane Idleman - Westside Christian Fellowship.
It is based on how God sees it! The word of God is the seed of righteousness. Download Sermon with PRO. Browse All Media Related Media. Talk about it This year we have chosen the book of Jeremiah.
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In Jeremiah chapter four we see that there is a call from the Lord to His people. Circumcise yourselves to the Lord, and take away the foreskins of your hearts, you men of Judah and inhabitants of Jerusalem…. This call came because the people of God had become uncommitted, unfaithful and disobedient in their worship and service of the Lord.
It is land that could be productive, but for whatever reason has not been broken up, tilled, plowed, and prepared for planting. The prophet speaking the Word of the Lord is commanding the people to break up that land — spiritually! They are to plow the tillable land that they have.
This word of prophet Jeremiah is for us today as well. What must we do to break up the fallow ground? Chopping down trees is hard work. Removing the stumps is even harder work. You must dig deep down and cut each of the main roots with an axe or chainsaw. Then you attach a rope or chain to the stump and pull it out with a truck, or winch. Finally, you pile all the stumps together and burn them as you clear the land. Could it be hatred, bitterness, lust, greed, materialism?
These must be rooted out so a new crop can be planted. They must be removed so the new crop can grow in the light.
A plow or some kind of tiller is needed to open up the ground. It takes energy to pull the plow, to guide the plow, to keep the furrows straight so the field can be plowed efficiently. Where is the hardness in your heart? Have you been hardened by unbelief or sin? You need to make the effort to direct the plow to all these hard places that you know must be dealt with and let God pull the plow to loosen the hardness. Heartfelt repentance and confession is one way of plowing deep.