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  • You have planted much but harvested little. You have food to eat, but not enough to fill you up. You have wine to drink, but not enough to satisfy your thirst. You have clothing to wear, but not enough to keep you warm. Your wages disappear as though you were putting them in pockets filled with holes! - Haggai 1:6

  • You hoped for rich harvests, but they were poor. And when you brought your harvest home, I blew it away. Why? Because my house lies in ruins, says the LORD Almighty, while you are all busy building your own fine houses. - Haggai 1:9

  • When you hoped for a twenty-bushel crop, you harvested only ten. When you expected to draw fifty gallons from the winepress, you found only twenty. - Haggai 2:16

  • I am giving you a promise now while the seed is still in the barn, before you have harvested your grain and before the grapevine, the fig tree, the pomegranate, and the olive tree have produced their crops. From this day onward I will bless you." - Haggai 2:19

  • Then an angel came from the Temple and called out in a loud voice to the one sitting on the cloud, "Use the sickle, for the time has come for you to harvest; the crop is ripe on the earth." - Revelation 14:15

  • So the one sitting on the cloud swung his sickle over the earth, and the whole earth was harvested. - Revelation 14:16

  • You may add yeast and honey to the offerings presented at harvesttime, but these must never be burned on the altar as an offering pleasing to the LORD. - Leviticus 2:12

  • "If you present a grain offering to the LORD from the first portion of your harvest, bring kernels of new grain that have been roasted on a fire. - Leviticus 2:14

  • "When you harvest your crops, do not harvest the grain along the edges of your fields, and do not pick up what the harvesters drop. - Leviticus 19:9

  • to give these instructions to the Israelites: "When you arrive in the land I am giving you and you harvest your first crops, bring the priest some grain from the first portion of your grain harvest. - Leviticus 23:10

  • "When you harvest the crops of your land, do not harvest the grain along the edges of your fields, and do not pick up what the harvesters drop. Leave it for the poor and the foreigners living among you. I, the LORD, am your God." - Leviticus 23:22

  • "Now, on the first day of the Festival of Shelters,* after you have harvested all the produce of the land, you will begin to celebrate this seven-day festival to the LORD. Remember that the first day and closing eighth day of the festival will be days of total rest.4 - Leviticus 23:39

  • For six years you may plant your fields and prune your vineyards and harvest your crops, - Leviticus 25:3

  • The more the years, the higher the price; the fewer the years, the lower the price. After all, the person selling the land is actually selling you a certain number of harvests. - Leviticus 25:16

  • But you might ask, `What will we eat during the seventh year, since we are not allowed to plant or harvest crops that year?' - Leviticus 25:20

  • As you plant the seed in the eighth year, you will still be eating the produce of the previous year. In fact, you will eat from the old crop until the new harvest comes in the ninth year.' - Leviticus 25:22

  • Your threshing season will extend until the grape harvest, and your grape harvest will extend until it is time to plant grain again. You will eat your fill and live securely in your land. - Leviticus 26:5
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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