Karma In The Bible!

In the Holy Bible it is written, ‘As ye sow, so shall ye reap.’  This is further evidence that the Law Of Karma is understood by most religions. It is the Law that states that if I cause pain to others, I will be repaid by suffering pain, unhappiness and bad fortune at some time in my future. If I show kindness to others, I will be repaid by having good health, happiness and prosperity in my future.

Notice that I say ‘in the future’. The Law doesn’t say that if you hurt somebody, as you walk away, a car will run over you. If this were the case, there would be less cruelty in the world. People would be very careful of what they did. This can fool people. They see other people behaving badly without any punishment. They think that they, themselves, can behave like that and also get away with it.

What they fail to take into account is that Karma has no time barriers. People can be leading very good lives but have one problem after another because of Bad Karma in their last life. Some lead dreadful lives and seem to get away with it in this life. Their next life could be a living hell of illness, bad luck and pain. If they are particularly bad, they could come back as cockroaches!

Knowing about the Law has no benefit in itself. You must learn how to use it with effect. Having legs is no good in itself. You must use them to get to where you want to go. You want Love, Peace and Happiness in your life and the Law will bring them to you. You must learn to live your life without causing harm to anybody.

The Law of Karma is a spiritual truth that is mentioned in many different religions in many different ways. As I said above:  In the Holy Bible it is written, ‘As ye sow, so shall ye reap.’

If you want to reap a harvest of Love, Peace and Happiness, then you must sow the seeds of Love, Peace and Happiness. What you give out, you will get back. So give out what you want to get back now, in the future and in your next life!

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