This is the first installment of a two-part series, the second part can be found here: “Abortion, Lies & Damnation”.
The past several years I’ve been thinking a lot about poverty (and how we should respond to it). The Law of the Harvest (Lev. 19:9-10) has come up a number of times as a part of those thoughts/discussions. I’ve always seen it as a beautiful law that calls us to help those in need while keeping those we serve’s dignity intact. After hearing my friend Karl’s perspective on the topic I knew that I had to capture it here for us to discuss. What do you guys think? Is the Law of the Harvest a clear-cut law for us to follow or is there more to it than that? How does this apply in your own life?
Karl Wheeler is a co-pastor at The Refuge in Denver, CO.