For many people the word karma is used interchangeably with the biblical concept of you reap what you sow and thats understandable given how these two principles sound like the same exact thing however they are two very different concepts thatll we will explore. Karma is not a christian or biblical idea although it does have some parallels to the bible phrase reap what you sow as christians we believe in grace as opposed to karma in hinduism . This video is about comparing karma with the christian teaching of reaping what you sow and we will see that a more interesting question is why would a relational god make use of a teaching that . We have learned in this series that both the promise and warning of scripture is that we reap what we sow we have learned that lifes choices are filled with consequences both good and bad temporal and eternal according to the seven laws of the harvest reaping what we sow means 1 we reap only what has been sown 2. Bible verses about reaping what you sow scripture has a lot to say about sowing and reaping farmers plant seeds and gather the harvest when god says you will reap what you sow he means you will live with the results of your actions
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