Miracles Follow the Plow

This article was written by A.W. Tozer. It is an apt analogy of a humble, submitted life. Enjoy, my friends.
Warmly,

Kathryneann

“Break up your fallow ground: for it is time to seek the Lord, till He come and rain righteousness on you” (Hosea 10:12)

Here are two kinds of ground: fallow ground and ground that has been broken up by the plow. Read the rest at Dusttoglory.wordpress.com

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Here are two kinds of ground: fallow ground and ground that has been broken up by the plow.

In direct opposite to this, the cultivated field has yielded itself to the adventure of living. The protecting fence has opened to admit the plow, and the plow has come as plows always come, practical, cruel, business-like and in a hurry. Peace has been shattered by the shouting farmer and the rattle of machinery. The field has felt the travail of change; it has been upset, turned over, bruised and broken.

But its rewards come hard upon its labors. The seed shoots up into the daylight its miracle of life, curious, exploring the new world above it. All over the field, the hand of God is at work in the age-old and ever renewed service of creation. New things are…

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