Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00

From The Editor

Written by Mr. George Bok
We just celebrated Pentecost, the day of harvest, the day on which the Holy Spirit was poured out. When we think of harvest time we think of an abundance of corn or fruit. Before the harvest, however, there is a time of plowing and sowing, of pruning and watering, a time of preparation, work and toil. Psalm 126 speaks of “The sower bearing precious seed, may weep as in his toil he grieves, but he shall come again with joy, in harvest time with golden sheaves.” The same principal is true in mission work. When the seed of the Word is sown there usually is toil, grief, and much prayer and dependence upon the Lord. At times there is discouragement and at other times, fruit is seen and there is joy.
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