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The Law of Sowing And Reaping is Beautifully Reflexive

Chances are, if you’ve heard more than one sermon on finances, you’ve heard reference to this scripture from Galatians 6:7, often referred to as “The Law of Sowing and Reaping.” The ESV says it this way: “Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he also reap.”

I don’t believe this scripture is isolated to money. I believe it’s greatest usage is for relationships, namely marriages.

And it’s reflexive! Which is fantastic!

What exactly do I mean when I say it’s reflexive? I mean it’s true both ways.

Yes, you will reap what is sown. And, you can figure out what you sowed by looking at what you are currently reaping, which is great news for marriages.

Is any area of your marriage a mess? According to the truth of this scripture you can look back, figure out what you planted, and you’ll understand why you have the mess you have.

Which means, if you stop planting those things, the strife will die out. Fabulous news, right?

Is effective communication non-existent between you and your mate? Have you sown silence? Judgment? Sharp retorts? An un-listening ear?

Do you and your mate