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Matthew Vroman

From the pulpit

Matthew Vroman is the pastor of the Sikeston First Baptist Church.

Opinion

Three important ways to prepare for a spiritual harvest

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Galatians 6:7- “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.”

In 2019, Missouri ranked seventh in cotton production. Can you imagine all the hours our incredible farmers worked on getting their equipment ready? To get a harvest it requires allot of preparation. In the same way, to reap a spiritual harvest requires allot of spiritual preparation. There are three important ways to prepare you for a spiritual harvest. First, make sure you are saved and have trusted Jesus Christ as your Savior. Second, read the Bible daily as it is our spiritual food. Third, faithfully attend a church where the Bible is accurately preached.

Did you know that there were 400 years between the Old and New Testament? This has been called the “silent” period. The first book written in the Old Testament was Job and the final book written in the New Testament was Revelation.

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