The United States: Reaping What it has Sown


“Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatever a man sows, that shall he also reap.” (Galatians 6: 7) God cannot lie. He says whatever you do; an equivalent act will come your way. The word mock in this verse means “to sneer at.” It basically means people do not believe what God says and sneers at it. But God stresses that whatever you sow in your life will bring the good or bad you have done back your way. The United States these last several decades has sowed seeds of evil, and this evil is coming back upon us, today. We are reaping today what we have sown.

There are two examples I want to give you of the law of sowing and reaping from the Bible. The first is what happened in King David’s life. God called David a man after his own heart. God made him the king and the direct ancestor of Jesus. David though had some bad qualities. He murdered a man after he impregnated the man’s wife. He sowed seeds of adultery and murder and the consequences were grave. God forgave David of his sin, but the law of sowing and reaping took hold and brought disaster upon his personal life and the kingdom.

What happened? First, the baby from this adulterous affair died. Then, in the coming years, David’s own son deposed him as king for a period of time and slept with all the concubines he left behind in Jerusalem. His son then was killed and David returned to Jerusalem as king. All this pain and agony came from the original act of sleeping with another man’s wife and then killing him secretly. He reaped what he had sowed. God forgiving him did not stop this law from bringing to pass all the consequences of David’s act.

The second example is in the book of Judges. The son of Gideon, Abimelech, killed all his brothers which numbered 70 except one who escaped. The men of Shechem aided him in this treachery and made him king at this point. The one who escaped, Jotham, then went to the top of the hill and proclaimed a prophetic parable saying basically, Abimelech and the men of Shechem would reap what they sowed.

Not many years passed before men rose up against Abimelech who were dissatisfied with his rule. They fortified the city against Abimelech and he came to fight against them. He slew all those in the city and sowed the land with salt. He then went and fought against another city where a woman from a tower threw a rock on his head and mortally wounded him. Abimelech then had his armor bearer kill him so it could not be said a woman killed him. Abimelech and the men of Shechem reaped what they had sowed.

The United States has been throwing God out of the public arena. It has legalized the murder of its unborn children. It continues down the path of allowing more and more vile things as acceptable. It is sowing seeds of destruction. We cannot murder millions of babies and think we will not reap the consequences. The law of sowing and reaping cannot be broken. If millions of babies have been murdered for pleasure seeking and convenience, the law of sowing and reaping means millions of us are going to die somewhere down the road. We are at the door of seeing this come to pass before our eyes.

There are prophets out there like Kim Clement who believe we will not reap the consequences of our actions; but he is deceived. God can forgive us and turn things around, but the spilling of blood requires more blood to be spilt. The blood of those murdered unborn babies cries out from the earth to be avenged. God is the avenger of all such acts. That is why there is a law of sowing and reaping. This law brings justice to those who have been wronged. No one can escape this law. No nation can escape this law. We have begun to reap all the actions we have committed starting many decades ago. We can only hope that this nation will repent and give us an avenue of avoiding total destruction. God is a shield to those in a time of disaster when they turn to him for protection. He can soften the consequences of the actions we have sown all these decades. However, we can never totally escape the seeds of destruction we have sown. There will always be some consequences.

It is time to start sowing seeds of edification for this nation. We have to stand up and put God back into his place. Without these seeds, there can be no salvation for this country. If one does not sow the seed, then there is no seed to grow to produce the crop that seed produces. If we want good to happen to this nation, then we have to use force against all the power of the enemy and sow good seeds back into our society. The enemy will try to stop us from sowing these seeds, so we have to use force to sow these seeds that build up our nation rather than tear it down.

This means we have to rise up against what is going on in this country now, and demand the principles of God be followed.  We have to rule instead of a corrupt government or a set of people making up the Supreme Court who are so detached from reality, they do not realize what they are doing to all the people in this country. These people in the government do not have to live under the very rules they establish. They have their own health system, and yet want to put a system upon us under which they would never live. Rise up today, Church! We do not have time for you to dawdle.

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