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  1. We sow what we reap.
  2. As you sow, you reap.
  3. They that sow in tears.
  4. You reap what you sow.
  5. Ashi stared at the sow.

  6. We reap exactly what we sow.
  7. You've shot the bloody sow.
  8. Has the wrong sow by the lug.
  9. Spirit: (sow to the) Spirit.
  10. Andras: His Office is to sow.
  11. Whatever we sow, we will reap.
  12. Virtuous actions sow seeds of.
  13. If you sow there will be a harvest.
  14. Those fools would never catch the sow.
  15. Where there is hatred let me sow love;.

  16. The sow gently laid her enormous bulk.
  17. Those who sow in tears shall reap in joy.
  18. I’m such a stupid scabby sow bug!’.
  19. Good for the sow, thought Scarlett.
  20. I said: look, I'd love to sow this into you.
  21. It is our choice to sow what we need to reap.
  22. These are the seeds that we sow into the future.
  23. She’s 70 years old and ornery as a wild sow.
  24. We reap what we sow! The law of cause and effect.
  25. The daughter of debate that discord aye doth sow.

  26. Do not sow different seeds in the same containers.
  27. Yes, I was prepared to kill the son of a sow if he.
  28. You need to sow the seeds between July to September.
  29. Sin brings consequences because we reap what we sow.
  30. Brock stopped Grey as he started after the young sow.
  31. Like an angel, with good sow good in everyone's heart.
  32. Analysis of past SLA's and SOW & Analysis of reports.
  33. Christ ethics stands on as you sow you shall reap.
  34. There is a time to reap and a time to sow, a time to.
  35. Do not sow seeds within 12mm/1/2 inches from the edge.
  36. Where had the sow got to? She had to be here somewhere.
  37. However this didn't stop the young sow from wondering.
  38. Only, as he did not know any one and could not sow his.
  39. He began to sow along the sleeping or terrified houses.
  40. Brock turned to the young sow, a strange look in his eyes.
  41. Sow was not too happy about us stealing one of her family.
  42. She tells you that the seeds you sow, you shall also reap.
  43. Those who trust in God and sow a seed may reap a harvest.
  44. No—to plough this ground twice, and sow it, all properly.
  45. They sow the seeds of an earthly and sensual frame of mind.
  46. Why won’t the sow let her piglets play with toads?
  47. You sow a bare grain 15:37| of the BODY that shall be 15:37.
  48. Consider the ravens: They do not sow or reap, they have no.
  49. You will have to break the virgin soil before you sow the seed.
  50. On the average, how many seeds should he sow per square foot?
  51. Krishn tells Arjun to just sow the seed, for the seed is nev-.
  52. The sow done bit Prissy and got her penned up unner the house.
  53. My Bible teaches that we will reap what we sow (2 Corinthians 9:6).
  54. Whatever you consistently sow, you will reap, so remember to sow.
  55. Taking his time, Darkburst told the young sow the story of his life.
  56. That of reward and punishment or that which you sow you will reap.
  57. You've got to just sow it, plant it, wait and the due time will come.
  58. You reap where you didn't sow; and gather where you haven't scattered.
  59. Water, therefore, the seed you sow on their minds with unceasing prayer.
  60. In the following verse we learn that what we sow that shall we also reap.
  61. Slowly the answer came to her and the young sow breathed a little easier.
  62. You knew that I reap where I didn't sow and gather where I didn't scatter.
  63. You're responsible just to sow the love, the goodness, the kindness of God.
  64. It‘s been proven that what ever you sow in life, you will eventually reap.
  65. She is a human being, not a breeding sow; it’s about time she act as such.
  66. We are here to sow, grow, and reap our love; and we should realise that fear.
  67. Both of them encouraged me to follow the unction of the Holy Spirit and to sow.
  68. Apparently, you foolishly attempted to sow the seeds of revolution in her mind.
  69. By being close to our children then we will know when, where, how and what to sow.
  70. It was apparent he was a cheat who wanted to harvest where he did not sow any seed.
  71. Yagga told me that you, the sow that gave him birth, are the source of Jazan's will.
  72. Those are great things, but you can also sow seeds with your words and your actions.
  73. But humor shouldn‘t be used to sow further confusion in an already troubled society.
  74. But God tills the soil of one man through the other to sow His seed in the soil of him.
  75. The Linderöd pig is always a result of a physical meeting between boar and gilt or sow.
  76. Keeping quiet is to identify with the error, and in this area, what you sow is what you.
  77. What we should sow to the outside world is not what comes from the flesh, but what comes.
  78. The most common one is just the principle of sowing and reaping - what you sow, you reap.
  79. The world appears to think it a matter of course that young men must sow their wild oats.
  80. When you sow early, you are actually benefiting by establishing the plants for the winter.
  81. Eve lost her virginity, largely due to seduction to sow seeds of beastliness within mankind.
  82. For the nonce, however, he proposed to sail about, and sow his wild oats in all four oceans.
  83. Still some of our teachers sow seeds of doubt and shame in the classroom, to their discredit.
  84. And you and Prissy go bring in the sow and her litter, she said briefly, turning on her heel.
  85. And this was just the thought which Kallash and Kovroff wished to sow in the young prince's mind.
  86. It takes faith to sow but even greater faith if you know you will not be there to reap the harvest.
  87. This is a very popular belief nowadays and is a modern way of expressing that you reap as you sow.
  88. Darkburst's eyes widened in surprise as a frightened sow scrambled out over the loose pile of earth.
  89. On entering the crudely dug chamber Slikit immediately spotted a sow lying on a pile of dry leaves.
  90. Let the boys be boys, the longer the better, and let the young men sow their wild oats if they must.
  91. He’d already done the sow your wild oats thing; in fact, it had been all he could do to escape it.
  92. Perhaps the sow was out hunting for food? Yet his nose told him she was definitely in the sett below.
  93. How we sow into our children's lives will vary from season to season and circumstance to circumstance.
  94. I will feed the chicks and sell them; then I will buy me a young sow, and she will bear a lot of pigs.
  95. Sow this seed in the soil of love, water it, fertilize it, let it absorb light and grow in its nature.
  96. The Church has never expanded without sacrifice, to have a harvest means hard work to sow, plow and reap.
  97. In the garden I will sow cucumbers, and will not let them be stolen, but will keep a sharp watch on them.
  98. Squirrel Girl looked down She had not noticed the sow resting in the tall grass on this edge of the fence.
  99. Cherva nodded and turned away, pushing Soffen before him, wondering why the sow rated such special treatment.
  100. There is a time to sow and a time to reap, a time to bet on a warm trend and a time to get ready for a frost.
  1. Sowing the Seeds of Truth.
  2. Part of that sowing is the.
  3. Without sowing we cannot reap.
  4. But you’re not sowing the seed.
  5. Sowing and reaping will never 122.
  6. Punished for sowing the seeds of hope.
  7. I will give another example of sowing and.
  8. You have been sowing in the kingdom faithfully.
  9. After sowing these seeds, cultivation must begin.
  10. These conditions are created by sowing seeds in.
  11. Sowing is planting seeds for the purpose of growing.
  12. So we learn that the sowing of the 'seed' of God and.
  13. The law of sowing and reaping is one of God’s most.
  14. Children learn by their parents sowing into their lives.
  15. The law of sowing and reaping ( karma as this important.
  16. Paper presented at the SOWING Conference in Karlsruhe 2000.
  17. To go ahead sowing the seeds of this food is true husbandry.
  18. They’ll know that their sowing Is what they’ll be reaping.
  19. The seed packet will provide you with instructions for sowing.
  20. Although the tilling and sowing of the ground is an honorable and.
  21. What good seeds are you sowing now that will reap you a plentiful.
  22. Always be sowing because when you have INFINITE potential you do not need.
  23. One principle that is constant through every season is sowing and reaping.
  24. This planting or sowing (teaching) is achieved through the preachings of the.
  25. Sowing and reaping are two different seasons that happen at different times and.
  26. Hooker, Australian forms are rapidly sowing themselves and becoming naturalised.
  27. Planting with tufts of grasses is always preferable and cheaper than to sowing lawn.
  28. You are sowing seeds into the lives of others, and you will reap a bountiful harvest.
  29. The hermit was on his knees by the beds they had dug yesterday, sowing vegetable seeds.
  30. The whole summer, from spring sowing to harvest, he was busy with the work on his farm.
  31. The most common one is just the principle of sowing and reaping - what you sow, you reap.
  32. As a father I was investing in my son or as I prefer to say it, I was sowing into his life.
  33. In the vegetable patch at the far end, Wulfric was digging furrows and Gwenda sowing peas.
  34. For me, quality time is sowing into the lives of my children for the benefit of my children.
  35. She had stitched it all together on the old Singer sowing machine she had for donkey years.
  36. Eh, what? Or else mint! I tell you, you could collar 400 roubles off an acre by sowing mint!.
  37. I talk a lot about sowing seeds of greatness in the lives of others to reap a bountiful harvest.
  38. Sowing creates opportunities for development, improvement, advancement and long-lasting growth.
  39. Seeing the master, the laborer, Vassily, went towards the cart, while Mishka set to work sowing.
  40. He was not at home, but they found him in the farthest field, sowing oats; a big, slow-moving man.
  41. Be faithful in sowing the thought seeds of success, in perfect trust that the sun will not cease.
  42. What that means, effectively is: sowing into the work of evangelism; and sowing into areas of needs.
  43. He had been lying in the stubble, but in front of him was the autumn sowing where the ground was soft.
  44. The ploughland was in splendid condition; in a couple of days it would be fit for harrowing and sowing.
  45. Choir: We are true to our Homeland, to the Earth, felling the forests, ploughing the land and sowing the seeds.
  46. Will said: That’s why you see me sowing my own strip, which should be done by labourers – but I have no.
  47. That they were only sowing the clover on fifteen acres, not on all the forty-five, was still more annoying to him.
  48. Packs of feral young males splinter and scatter in every direction, sowing senseless violence wherever they roam.
  49. Some were cooking, others stood in groups talking, some were fixing weapons, sowing, or training with swords, bow, or knife.
  50. When Virgos turn negative they are apt to turn their devastating criticism on themselves, sowing the seeds of self-destruction.
  51. Life was awakened around me and the revitalizing breath of nature was sowing in my spirit the seed and the peace of resignation.
  52. When did he have time for fur trading, let alone time for the skinning of the animal? Sir William didn’t limit his sowing to oats.
  53. Ebira apparently knew everything that happened, and Enilia followed her with a smile up among the trees where she had been sitting and sowing.
  54. Giving your plants the right start is imperative when it comes to growing strong plants and sowing and growing from seed is an art in itself.
  55. The hours of the day filled with the care and feeding of our animals, the sowing and harvesting of our crops and the raising of our children.
  56. Apart from some small children playing near the houses, most of the villagers were at work, ploughing and sowing, or looking after new lambs.
  57. Water buffaloes are then turned in to eat the straw and fertilize the ground and tramp it all about, and the ground is ready for sowing again to repeat the cycle.
  58. Here it is, and we never can thank you enough for the patient sowing and reaping you have done, cried Jo, with the loving impetuosity which she never would outgrow.
  59. God says, Al’lah invites us to the house of peace…, rather than inviting us to the parting and sowing of discord between married couples as instructed by magicians.
  60. Beware of sowing evil and following those who call upon Al’lah as a witness to what is folded in their heart, despite the fact that in reality, they are vehement disputers.
  61. It is true that Fyodor Ryezunov's company did not plough over the ground twice before sowing, as had been agreed, justifying themselves on the plea that the time was too short.
  62. And we know that each species and each variety of grass is annually sowing almost countless seeds; and is thus striving, as it may be said, to the utmost to increase in number.
  63. It is true that Fyodor Ryezunov’s company did not plough over the ground twice before sowing, as had been agreed, justifying themselves on the plea that the time was too short.
  64. We plan for old age and build house, invest intelligently but if we succumb to love and write away every thing to our children then we are sowing the seed of pain and suffering.
  65. To hear this parable, and to understand it as a farmer sowing seed, has but little value, and probably, in itself, as of how to plant, was not something that Jesus was concerned about.
  66. And surrounded on all sides by glad sounds, a fat, heavy man moved through the centre of the city like a cold spot of silence, sowing in his path grief, anger and vague, carking distress.
  67. My two sons have a shelf full of little league and karate trophies and walls full of academic and other awards as a result of the sowing done by both of their parents into their lives in the early ages.
  68. He was as careful of the sowing and reaping of the peasants’ hay and corn as of his own, and few landowners had their crops sown and harvested so early and so well, or got so good a return, as did Nicholas.
  69. And after burning that city to the ground, and despoiling Helen into a worthless hag, and sowing the earth of burned Troy with salt, so it would never grow again… his entire fleet tried to return to Greece.
  70. Hearing is but as the sowing of the seed; talking is not sufficient to prove that fruit is indeed in the heart and life; and let us assure ourselves, that at the day of doom men shall be judged according to their fruits.
  71. The issue is: you doing something God wants you to do - being kind to people; and sowing time into people; connecting with people; investing in people; encouraging people; showing hospitality to people - it's about us doing that.
  72. An acre of potatoes is cultivated with less expense than an acre of wheat; the fallow, which generally precedes the sowing of wheat, more than compensating the hoeing and other extraordinary culture which is always given to potatoes.
  73. It is evident therefore that we are to hate nothing — not even the “bad” — because hatred is destructive, and we shall soon find that by entertaining destructive thought we are sowing the “wind” and shall reap the “whirlwind.
  74. For families with enough money to take a European vacation, concentration camps act as a grim, historically significant reminder of why children should grow up to promote love, peace, and tolerance rather than sowing the seeds of hatred.
  75. All its members and the visitors assemble towards the middle of June, because up to June they had been studying and passing their examinations: they assemble when mowing begins, and they stay until September, until the harvest and sowing time.
  76. She could not understand why he was so particularly animated and happy when, after getting up at daybreak and spending the whole morning in the fields or on the threshing floor, he returned from the sowing or mowing or reaping to have tea with her.
  77. Thus, taking care to be unaffected by any form of magic made by the magician, such as creating the deceptions which they call ‘white magic’, separation, sowing dissent or establishing relationships, causing damage through the eye or through envy, etc.
  78. I proceeded onwards to Portsmouth on the Ohio river, at the mouth of the Scioto, about twenty-six miles south of Piketon, where the ground was entirely settled, and the innkeeper, where I lodged, was making his garden, sowing his sallad seed, and planting his peas.
  79. The Hanoverian hussars of Cumberland, a whole regiment, with Colonel Hacke at its head, who was destined to be tried later on and cashiered, had turned bridle in the presence of the fray, and had fled to the forest of Soignes, sowing defeat all the way to Brussels.
  80. The members of the family (as almost all men of this class) remain in the country from the beginning of the urgent work,—hay-making,—not to the end of it, indeed, because in September the sowing goes on, and the digging up of potatoes, but till labour begins to slacken.
  81. As he went along he looked with pleasure at the year’s splendid crop of corn, scrutinized the strips of ryefield which here and there were already being reaped, made his calculations as to the sowing and the harvest, and asked himself whether he had not forgotten any of the prince’s orders.
  82. The words he spoke are more easily detected by the information gathering spells Father used, but it’s obvious that the caster’s intent was that Father and Alilia’s children would die in such a way that they would each blame the child of the other for the death of their own, thus sowing strife between them.
  83. By and large, they tend to stick to their parental roots than sowing fresh family seeds in their matrimonial soil; it could be the natural weakness for one’s kith and kin or it may be individual inhibitions for integration; whether or not the environment at the in-laws’ place is conducive for camaraderie.
  84. And, says Mr Dixon, if ever he got scent of a cattleraider in Roscommon or the wilds of Connemara or a husbandman in Sligo that was sowing as much as a handful of mustard or a bag of rapeseed out he'd run amok over half the countryside rooting up with his horns whatever was planted and all by lord Harry's orders.
  85. The river cool and silent, flowing, always on the move; busy sowing life after having fed and quenched the thirst of dinosaurs and pterodactyls, mammoths and other extinct species and having witnessed the whole of the evolution of man, which our scientists are trying to divine from bits of bone and fragments of skulls.
  86. Here: “…Yet, they learn from them both…”: refers to the devils of humankind and jinn-kind, and “…the means to sow discord between husband and wife…”: refers to the ways that they seduce them and make them fall into sin, sowing division between married couples and destroying families, and causing misery for children.
  87. The members of this family (as is the case with nearly every one in that circle) have lived in the country from the beginning of the press of work, the suffering time, not until the end of the season of toil (for in September sowing is still in progress, as well as the digging of potatoes), but until the strain of work has relaxed a little.
  88. You weren't joking! In America I was lying for three months on straw beside a hapless creature, and I learnt from him that at the very time when you were sowing the seed of God and the Fatherland in my heart, at that very time, perhaps during those very days, you were infecting the heart of that hapless creature, that maniac Kirillov, with poison.
  89. Accordingly, I dug up a piece of ground as well as I could with my wooden spade, and dividing it into two parts, I sowed my grain; but as I was sowing, it casually occurred to my thoughts that I would not sow it all at first, because I did not know when was the proper time for it, so I sowed about two-thirds of the seed, leaving about a handful of each.
  90. I cannot remember ever going far from the village, my whole childhood was spent learning the skills of agriculture, ploughing, sowing, and reaping as my father had done and his father before him, I am quite large for my age, a head and shoulders above my friends of the same age, the hard labour being responsible for building both my muscles and my stamina.
  91. He was not put out of temper even by the sight of the peasants' horses and colts trampling down his young grass (he told a peasant he met to drive them out), nor by the sarcastic and stupid reply of the peasant Ipat, whom he met on the way, and asked, "Well, Ipat, shall we soon be sowing?" "We must get the ploughing done first, Konstantin Dmitrievitch," answered Ipat.
  92. From magnetism little by little Rodolphe had come to affinities, and while the president was citing Cincinnatus and his plough, Diocletian, planting his cabbages, and the Emperors of China inaugurating the year by the sowing of seed, the young man was explaining to the young woman that these irresistible attractions find their cause in some previous state of existence.
  93. To say that, if patriotism was beneficent, by uniting men into states, as was the case during its highest development in Greece and Rome, patriotism even now, after eighteen hundred years of Christian life, is just as beneficent, is the same as saying that, since the ploughing was useful and beneficent for the field before the sowing, it will be as useful now, after the crop has grown up.
  94. The whole story came to be known and spread abroad through the villages of the neighbourhood; and the devil, who never sleeps, with his love for sowing dissensions and scattering discord everywhere, blowing mischief about and making quarrels out of nothing, contrived to make the people of the other towns fall to braying whenever they saw anyone from our village, as if to throw the braying of our regidors in our teeth.
  95. And what should I do here gentlemen, pointing out to you the uses of agriculture? Who supplies our wants? Who provides our means of subsistence? Is it not the agriculturist? The agriculturist, gentlemen, who, sowing with laborious hand the fertile furrows of the country, brings forth the corn, which, being ground, is made into a powder by means of ingenious machinery, comes out thence under the name of flour, and from there, transported to our cities, is soon delivered at the baker's, who makes it into food for poor and rich alike.
  96. At this moment he was lying ill of fever in the clay lands near Curitiba in Brazil, having been drenched with thunder-storms and persecuted by other hardships, in common with all the English farmers and farm-labourers who, just at this time, were deluded into going thither by the promises of the Brazilian Government, and by the baseless assumption that those frames which, ploughing and sowing on English uplands, had resisted all the weathers to whose moods they had been born, could resist equally well all the weathers by which they were surprised on Brazilian plains.
  97. It was that time of the year, the turning-point of summer, when the crops of the present year are a certainty, when one begins to think of the sowing for next year, and the mowing is at hand; when the rye is all in ear, though its ears are still light, not yet full, and it waves in gray-green billows in the wind; when the green oats, with tufts of yellow grass scattered here and there among it, droop irregularly over the late-sown fields; when the early buckwheat is already out and hiding the ground; when the fallow lands, trodden hard as stone by the cattle, are half ploughed over, with paths left untouched by the plough; when from the dry dung-heaps carted onto the fields there.
  98. In the vast cosmic exchanges the universal life goes and comes in unknown quantities, rolling entirely in the invisible mystery of effluvia, employing everything, not losing a single dream, not a single slumber, sowing an animalcule here, crumbling to bits a planet there, oscillating and winding, making of light a force and of thought an element, disseminated and invisible, dissolving all, except that geometrical point, the I; bringing everything back to the soul-atom; expanding everything in God, entangling all activity, from summit to base, in the obscurity of a dizzy mechanism, attaching the flight of an insect to the movement of the earth, subordinating, who knows? Were it only by the identity of the law, the evolution of the comet in the firmament to the whirling of the infusoria in the drop of water.
  99. It was that time of the year, the turning-point of summer, when the crops of the present year are a certainty, when one begins to think of the sowing for next year, and the mowing is at hand; when the rye is all in ear, though its ears are still light, not yet full, and it waves in gray-green billows in the wind; when the green oats, with tufts of yellow grass scattered here and there among it, droop irregularly over the late-sown fields; when the early buckwheat is already out and hiding the ground; when the fallow lands, trodden hard as stone by the cattle, are half ploughed over, with paths left untouched by the plough; when from the dry dung-heaps carted onto the fields there comes at sunset a smell of manure mixed with meadow-sweet, and on the low-lying lands the riverside meadows are a thick sea of grass waiting for the mowing, with blackened heaps of the stalks of sorrel among it.
  100. So it began with the State sowing hatred, envy, and fear,.
  1. The sower which sowed sowed the word of God.
  2. Isaac sowed in that land, and reaped in the.
  3. We sold about eight bushels and sowed a rood.
  4. Feigning madness, he sowed his field with salt.
  5. The vegetation was dense, sowed with small stone houses.
  6. No seed that he ever sowed came to fruition and we felt.
  7. On his way he met two other hares on the sowed winter field.
  8. We have reaped what we sowed but who will teach them a lesson.
  9. As often happens, this success sowed the seeds of its own demise.
  10. The nation of Israel sowed a cross and reaped thousands of crosses.
  11. They allow it to be sowed into their life, but the thorns choke it out.
  12. Those asleep: Their physical bodies sowed will be raised spiritual bodies.
  13. The Jews of Isaiah’s day sowed the seeds of their own destruction! Please read.
  14. Reaping what we sowed that of flowers, Osmaroan be in the markets and on the shelves.
  15. Great Controversy The nation of Israel sowed a cross and reaped thousands of crosses.
  16. But you have reaped what you sowed, so let me tell you the truth; you have no home here.
  17. These questions and thoughts sowed the seed of a strange and distant worry of losing Manish forever.
  18. Your army reaped what it had sowed and nobody outside Japan will cry for your soldiers, I assure you.
  19. But I wouldn't hurt his dear old feelings for anything, so I carefully sowed them along the road at intervals.
  20. The older boy, at a loss for what to do, went to the place, collected the seeds of his dead Marionin, and sowed them.
  21. God has sowed the seed of Ishq (divine love) in the soil of selected hearts and God alone is entitled to reap the benefits of it.
  22. But what the fields are sowed with, how they are fertilized and watered, influences the fruits of fertile, infertile or polluted fields.
  23. Jesus told the parable of the farmer that sowed seeds on the ground, some on stony ground, some on hard ground, and some among the weeds.
  24. We are going to look at this as if the acorn is man, or better said the potential man, sowed in all that was made in the similitude of God.
  25. What if they don't come to Christ? Was that a waste of time? No, it wasn't! You gave, and sowed the time’ and God knows how to restore it and redeem it to you.
  26. Zulimistan proudly by using its might inflicted countless cruelties and sowed the hidden seeds of hatred against it in the hearts of people of Muslim countries.
  27. I did this; and He didn't do it - what! He didn't do it? Why did He not come through for me? I sowed, I gave, I did this, I did that - God didn't come through for me.
  28. That labour was constant for fifteen hours per day for a week, and many a poor fellow unconsciously sowed the seeds of death, that soon stalked grimly through the ranks.
  29. However, terrorism sowed terror and succeeded to incite indignation, hatred and fear with the infamous massacre of March 11 in Madrid, just three days before the elections.
  30. I offer you the ripe fruit of my life, the flame of the spark of your own kindling! See, son of Cronos, I preserved my gift; in my deepest heart grew the seed that you sowed.
  31. As soon as the land of any country has all become private property, the landlords, like all other men, love to reap where they never sowed, and demand a rent even for its natural produce.
  32. However, as a defeated nation, there was only so much that Japan could reasonably ask for, especially after all the mayhem and death it had sowed across the Pacific and Asia during the war.
  33. Listen! Behold the farmer went out to sow his seed and it happened as he sowed some seed fell along by the road and it was trampled under foot and the birds of the sky came and devoured it.
  34. He sowed in her heart a feeling of alarm about the security of her gold and so pushed her to seek refuge in the noble guide and bring him, unconsciously, a release from his own anticipated troubles.
  35. It's just our idea, exactly ours; we first sowed the seed, nurtured it, prepared the way, and, indeed, what could they say new, after us? But, heavens! How it's all expressed, distorted, mutilated! he exclaimed, tapping the book with his fingers.
  36. His Lord answered and said to him you wicked and slothful servant you knew me 35 that I reap where I sowed not and gather where I did not scatter; it was incumbent on you to put my money to the bank and then I should come and seek it with its gains.
  37. So terrible was the visited that awful imprecation uttered before the judgment seat of Pilate: 'His blood be on us, and on our children Matthew 27:25' The Great Controversy, 1911, The nation of Israel sowed a cross and reaped thousands of crosses.
  38. Ford also sowed seeds of discontent among Reagan backers by inviting influential delegates to the White House, campaigning for delegates seeking political office, and allowing key delegates to be seen with him at important celebrations, such as the 1976 U.
  39. Some were sowed or fell by the wayside, some on stony ground, some among thorns, and he who is among good ground is he who hears and understands, evolves, or changes from an acorn to a tree that bears fruit and produces, some a hundredfold, some sixty and some thirty.
  40. And he answered and said, he that sows the good seed is the Son of man; and the field is the world; and the good seed, these are the sons of the kingdom; and the tares are the sons of the evil one; and the enemy that sowed them is the devil: and the harvest is the end of the world; (age) and the reapers are angels.
  41. Can you tell me how the Indian fakir can make himself to die and have been buried, and his grave sealed and corn sowed on it, and the corn reaped and be cut and sown and reaped and cut again, and then men come and take away the unbroken seal and that there lie the Indian fakir, not dead, but that rise up and walk amongst them as before?
  42. They ripped it up until it was bleeding, and sowed alien domesticated plants…only to rip them up and kill them en masse also… until the soil died of exhaustion and nothing grew from the destroyed earth, and they moved on to another plot of land where they began again by killing in a few months or years, what took thousands of years to grow.
  43. It was a great comfort to me afterwards that I did so, for not one grain of what I sowed this time came to anything: for the dry months following, the earth having had no rain after the seed was sown, it had no moisture to assist its growth, and never came up at all till the wet season had come again, and then it grew as if it had been but newly sown.
  44. Accordingly, I dug up a piece of ground as well as I could with my wooden spade, and dividing it into two parts, I sowed my grain; but as I was sowing, it casually occurred to my thoughts that I would not sow it all at first, because I did not know when was the proper time for it, so I sowed about two-thirds of the seed, leaving about a handful of each.
  45. Although the seeds of Christ’s reality have been sowed and fertilized we can still observe that the beliefs and practices of organized Christianity and other institutionalized religions has impacted and influenced the world in a distorted and corrupt fashion, causing significant suffering to both followers of Christianity, other faiths and non-followers alike.
  46. Thousands, who in 1809 were either a burden to their friends, in the poor-house, or begging their bread in the streets, were in 1810 enjoying the fruits of their industry in a comfortable supply of the necessaries of life, while the farmer and planter sowed his seed and cultivated his field, with the comfortable prospect that his crop would not decay on his hand for want of a market.
  47. Was it not the beginning of the end of them all? How it would have pained as well as shamed him! Is not Vivek free though it was he who sowed the seeds of this crime? Could the law have reprimanded Sneha, the eye of the storm? How she affected her son’s psyche! Through the impediment of her past, didn’t she clear the way to his fall! But, didn’t Manian, the villain of the piece go scot-free?'.
  48. He answered and said to them he who sowed good seed is the Son of man; and the field is the world; and the good seed are the children of the kingdom; and the tares are the children of the evil one; and the enemy that sowed them is Satan; and the harvest is the end of the world; and the reapers are the angels; And as the tares are separated and burned in the fire so shall it be in the end of this world.
  49. Finding my first seed did not grow, which I easily imagined was by the drought, I sought for a moister piece of ground to make another trial in, and I dug up a piece of ground near my new bower, and sowed the rest of my seed in February, a little before the vernal equinox; and this having the rainy months of March and April to water it, sprung up very pleasantly, and yielded a very good crop; but having part of the seed left only, and not daring to sow all that I had, I had but a small quantity at last, my whole crop not amounting to above half a peck of each kind.
  50. The litigation "about the seizure in the Government of Pénza, County of Krasnoslobódsk, by the landed proprietor and ex-lieutenant of the Guards, Iván Apýkhtin, of four thousand desyatínas of land from the neighbouring Crown peasants of the village of Izlegóshcha," was through the solicitude of the peasants' representative, Iván Mirónov, decided in the court of the first instance—the County Court—in favour of the peasants, and the enormous parcel of land, partly in forest, and partly in ploughings which had been broken by Apýkhtin's serfs, in the year 1815 returned into the possession of the peasants, and they in the year 1816 sowed in this land and harvested.
  51. When, in the year 1817, during Passion-week,—it fell late that year,—the time came to plough the ground, the Izlegóshcha peasants began to discuss at a meeting whether they ought to plough the land under litigation during that year, or not; and, although Apýkhtin's clerk had come to see them during Lent with the order that they should not plough the land and should come to some agreement with him in regard to the rye already planted in what had been the doubtful, and now was Apýkhtin's land, the peasants, for the very reason that the winter crop had been sowed on the debatable land, and because Apýkhtin, in his desire to avoid being unfair to them, wished to arbitrate the matter with them, decided to plough the land under litigation and to take possession of it before touching any other fields.
  52. The Kingdom of Heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field but while men slept his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat and went his way; but when the blade shot up and produced fruit then the weeds appeared also; so the servants of the householder came and said to him: Sir did you not sow good seed in your field? From where then did it obtained weeds? He said to them: An enemy has done this; the servants said to him: Will you then want us to go and gather them up? But he said: No in case while you all gather up the weeds you also uproot the wheat with them; let both grow together until the harvest and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers: First gather the weeds together and bind them into bundles to burn them; but gather the wheat into my barn; The Kingdom of Heaven is like a grain of mustard seed which a man took and sowed in his field which indeed is the least of all seeds but when it is grown it is the greatest among herbs and it becomes a tree so that the birds of the air come and lodge in those branches.
  53. And sowed the sky with tiny clouds of love,.
  1. As he sows so he reaps.
  2. He sows a seed of doubt.
  3. And a joyful giver reaps what he sows.
  4. Breeding sows that move less gain weight.
  5. Yes, he sows about fifteen bushels of seed.
  6. And the treader of grapes him who sows seed.
  7. Over two thirds of the 6 million breeding sows in the.
  8. If he thinks destructively, he reaps exactly what he sows.
  9. For herein is the saying true: `One sows and another reaps.
  10. God shall not be mocked, whatsoever a man sows, that also.
  11. For the one who sows to his own flesh will from the flesh reap.
  12. The Scriptures state: "A man reaps what he sows" (Galatians 6:7, NIV).
  13. That was in the month of November; the boars and sows are then very fat.
  14. A perverse man sows strife, and a whisperer separates the best of friends.
  15. When it comes to the former, I didn’t think sows could understand English let.
  16. Whenever the sows were at the trough, the ram would mount them with great vigor.
  17. For he who sows to his flesh will of the flesh reap corruption, but he who sows to the.
  18. Well, Mother Dobbim had a stringy old ram and two huge sows that she kept in the same pen.
  19. A farmer sows in spring, harvests in late summer, and in the fall, lays in supplies for the winter.
  20. Let us suppose it to be a forest,—the manner in which it sows itself in the plain, and spreads abroad.
  21. The sows appeared to neither notice nor care, since it didn’t affect their eating, which was their main concern.
  22. He says: I tell you this: who sows sparingly, will reap sparingly; he who sows bountifully, will reap bountifully.
  23. It is amazing that man sows the seeds of anger and wants to have peace; sows the seeds of hatred and expects to reap love.
  24. The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender; he who sows iniquity shall reap vanity, and the rod of.
  25. This means that they should be the offspring of the 104 purebred boars and 274 purebred sows that are registered breeding animals.
  26. Fear puts an end to openness of manner;-fear leads to concealment;�fear sows the seed of much hypocrisy, and leads to many a lie.
  27. The devil’s work is made up of planting this kind of baseless doubt, which is far from the truth but which sows dissent between the two parties.
  28. Jesus said: the kingdom of heaven is like the sower that sows the seed, if you don't understand the power of the seed, the devil will take the seed away.
  29. In the Linderöd world, no boar is placed on stations where its only task is to produce sperm as often as possible to later be used to inseminate gilts or sows.
  30. In sum, a person's thoughts, words, and deeds return to them sooner or later – with astounding accuracy! Indeed whatever a person sows, that will also be reaped.
  31. As soon as it was stable the zygote was inserted into the receptive womb of one of the four sows Jag’s parents had insisted he take with him in case wild game proved elusive.
  32. When God sows the seed of love into any heart He Himself takes care of it for all the upcoming stages until it flowers and reaches to its inherent potential of God realization.
  33. Reverting to the Christian ethos that is the proselytizing forerunner of dogmatic uprightness and religious intolerance, we would have the seeds of strife that Islam sows nowadays.
  34. For in this is found the word of truth One sows and another reapeth; And I sent you to reap that in which you have not laboured: others laboured and you have entered on their labour.
  35. Jesus teaches His Disciples that He sows the Good Seeds, the field is the World, and the Good Seeds are the Sons of the Kingdom, the tares are the sons of the Devil and the Devil sows this seed.
  36. In the present instance, the first of these meanings cannot be intended by the apostle, for it will offer no congruous sense to say, He that sows to the flesh, shall of the flesh reap depravity.
  37. This is how they protect the sows - the penalty for shooting one out of season, which is most of the year, is HUF 50,000 (US$200) - and the rest of the large game after the intensive hunting in winter.
  38. With Him it is 'the Devil’ who plucks away the good seed sown in man’s heart;—the 'enemy who sows tares’ among the wheat to ruin the crop is the Devil;—falsehood is traced by him tip to no abstract origin of evil, but to its fountain in the Devil; 'for he is a liar and the father of it.
  39. And he answered and said, he that sows the good seed is the Son of man; and the field is the world; and the good seed, these are the sons of the kingdom; and the tares are the sons of the evil one; and the enemy that sowed them is the devil: and the harvest is the end of the world; (age) and the reapers are angels.
  40. Do not say there are still four months and then the harvest comes? Note what I say to you lift up your eyes and look on the fields; because they are white already for harvest; And he who reaps receives wages and gathers fruit for eternal life; so that both he who sows and he who reaps may rejoice together; and in this is that saying true one sows and another reaps.
  41. Just as when a gardener sows a pea seed it is definite that peas and not barley will grow, and when he sows nothing it is definite that nothing will grow, so when we perform positive actions it is definite that we shall experience happy results, when we perform negative actions it is definite that we shall experience unhappy results, and when we perform neutral actions it is definite that we shall experience neutral results.
  42. Do you not know this parable? and how then will you know all the other parables? The sower sows the word; and these are those by the way side where the word is sown; but when they have heard Satan comes immediately and takes away the word that was sown in their hearts and these are they who similarly are sown onto stony ground; who when they have heard the word immediately receive it with gladness; and have no root in themselves and so endure but for a time afterward who when affliction or persecution arises for the word’s sake are immediately offended; and these are those who are sown among thorns; who so hear the word but the cares of this world and the deceitfulness of riches and the lusts of other things entering in choke the word and it becomes unfruitful; and these are those who are sown on good ground who so hear the word and receive it and produce fruit some thirty times some sixty and some a hundred times; and is a candle brought to be put under a basket or under a bed? and not set on a candlestick? Because there is nothing hidden that shall not be displayed; neither is there anything kept secret unless that it should become shown to the other nations; If any man have ears to hear let him listen; Be diligent about what you hear; With what measure you give it shall be measured and given back to you; and to you who listen then more shall be given to you; because he who has something to him shall more be given and he who has nothing even that which he holds it shall be taken away from him; Also the Kingdom of God is as though a man should throw seed into the ground; and then should sleep and rise night and day and the seed should shoot up and grow but he knows not how; because the soil produces fruit by itself; first the blade then the ear after that the full ear of corn; but when the fruit is produced immediately he puts in the sickle because the harvest has come.

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