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Series: Reaping God’s Harvest in My Life

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We know that pretty much – what we get out of life depends on what we put into it. Problem is – sometimes we don’t feel like putting in. In some situations we just want to run. But God is the God of the Harvest. Join Berni this week as he looks at Reaping God’s Harvest – from a different perspective.

Episode 1. Planting the Seed

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Sometimes when you’re going through a bad patch – all you want is for it to get better. But actually, sometimes, what we need to do is to plant a good seed while we’re waiting. Can I ask you, …

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Episode 2. Watering the Dirt

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Sometimes, when we go through a bit of a rough patch, instead of running away (which is always our first instinct) instead, we make a good choice and decide to plant a good seed in that place. But …

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Episode 3. Weathering the Storm

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Have you ever noticed – when you take a good decision to plant some good seed in difficult soil – all of a sudden, a dirty great storm whips up.  Hey, I’m trying to do the right thing – God …

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Episode 4. Waiting, Waiting, Waiting

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We pretty much know that to reap a good harvest, we have to sow a good seed – but I’ll tell you sometimes it’s a long way between sowing and reaping – waiting, waiting, waiting…. I’m …

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Episode 5. Enough to Go Around

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One of the greatest things in life is when you sow a good seed and one day you get to reap a good harvest.  That’s probably why so many cultures have harvest festivals.  But – what do we do …

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Mark Caufield / Torrington, Connecticut USA

Berni is still fresh, youthful, amazing, always relevant, and reaching out with God’s word. Truly making a difference after years of work…..building a vibrant legacy….thanks to God.
He must work with wonderful people as well. It doesn’t happen by accident. You’re able to keep him charged up with his positive attitude that helps us all move forward in our faith…

Many thanks and God bless the wonderful things you’re all led to do for us all…..I have introduced his messages to so many people. Two have come to Christ at least…a few more I am certain are on their journey towards faith….it’s just taking a little longer….just like the message in your seed story today…

Mega thanks and prayers to you all.!!!
Mark & Susan Caufield



Brian Ambrose

Hi Berni. Years ago I needed and came to God. Without going into too many reasons that I needed to turn to God, at that point in my life I was not in a good place because off some personal family issues and with trying to work through struggling business issues. Today I have listened twice to your 4×10 minute series “Reaping Gods Harvest In My Life” and I concluded to myself that maybe it was not I that planted the seed to have God in my life, but more that In my need for God He maybe saw fertile ground for Him to sow His seed in me to see if His harvest could be cultivated within me, when we talk about wilderness experiences could this be the test that God sets before us to ensure his harvest is being cultivated to his desire, and that the harvest is ready when during our wilderness experiences we finally bear the fruits he desires, Love, Joy, Peace, Longsuffering, Goodness, Kindness, Faithfulness, Gentleness and Self Control. And that we can also demonstrate to God that we must not grow weary from doing what is right and that we will reap at harvest time if we do not give up. My wilderness experiences still continue, but fo me I have a saving Grace that my faith is strong and I truly believe. Could it be that it is God not us that sows the seed within us when he sees the possibility of fertile ground for his harvest? Berni, thank you for being in my life. Brian