WFW ~ Matthew 9:37-38


Matthew 9:37-38 ~ Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.”

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About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

24 thoughts on “WFW ~ Matthew 9:37-38

  1. The thing about asking the Lord to send out workers – is that more often than not YOU will probably BE one of those he sends out! What a powerful prayer – and I don’t mind being a worker one little bit!!
    Thanks for sharing today, have a wonderful wednesday.

  2. Hello, and let me say, I love your blog. Very soulful and sweet!How true about the harvest, and what we need to be doing in the kingdom! I pray for the boldness to take His gospel to a dying world!

  3. Beautiful in all ways!!
    I see the mountains, the crossing of each layer of earth, the valley and it’s floor. I hope it would become organic at some point…..because it would save it for others…later and clear things up. 🙂 Reminds me of the verse!

  4. I was just reading this verse this week. My boys and I are reading through Matthew as we study missionaries and cultures around the world. Beautiful picture and a reminder to me that there are so many who haven’t heard…

  5. Blessings Ellen…Our WFWs go together…how powerful your photo with this verse!!! Where is the photo from? Camarillo…near Santa Monica Mountains…in California…wherever the workers are few in many of the areas of HIS HARVEST…plenty to do! Thanks for sharing! Enjoy your WFW!

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