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It's harvest season, all is ripe for the pickin !

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October here in America means that the planting and growing seasons are over. Yet the work continues with the harvest. Christianity is much like this time of year. We expect change in our lives, very much like the seasons change at the different times of the year. It is a time when we as human beings begin to reflect on the past year, as the year increases ever closer to the end. What we reflect on is as vast as the personalities that make up this world we live in. But, what is common place is that we all search inwardly for answers as to our own destiny in life. That destiny is very much like a chess game, it is about making the right choices to acquire a positive final outcome to the game. That is say, by winning the game. Well harvest time of souls is very much like that. We as Christian Warriors are given choices throughout the year to influence others around us to make a choice to except in their lives, Christ, and his gift of salvation. Granted, many in this world are planters, and some are gardeners while others are called to bring in the harvest. Well people it is this concept of the harvest of souls for Christ that we will be discussing in this episode here on the Christian Warrior Network of Celtic Cross Radio. Also don't forget that you can go through (iTunes) and record a podcast of your favorite episodes to listen to as you are on the go in your day to day activities. Oh, and don't forget to set the reminder for this upcoming broadcast, I'm sure you'll be glad you did...Until next time remember, “you ARE an instrument of His peace”, even if that instrument happens to be used in tending to the harvest of souls. God bless and thank you for checking in and following us here at Celtic Cross Ministry. Rev. Dr. Andrew Manley

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