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Karma, also known as the Law of Cause and Effect, is found in many religions and cultures. Karma is a system set up by God. Karma appears in the Bible as "You reap what you sow. [Job 4:8, Galatians 6:7, 2 Corinthians 9:6]

Karma means action or deed. Karma is intent or actions that later come back to even out Karmatic debt. You may have heard, "what goes around comes around" or "you reap what you sow". These old sayings are describing Karma.

Karma can be repaid. Where the Bible talks about confessing your sins, it is talking about paying back Karma. You can also pay back Karma by doing good deeds. Incidentally, good deeds also raise your vibration. You can read more about confessing your sins in the Bible. [James 5:16, 1 John 1:9] Good Karma is paid back to you sevenfold. Bad Karma is paid back to you tenfold. Therefore, you must work extra hard when trying to even out your Karma for good.

Once your Karma is pretty well evened out, there is such a thing as Instant Karama. This means that you get your good Karma instantly. This certainly makes it easier to determine what has been triggered via Karma.

Luck should also be attributed to Karma. Luck is where Karma meets an opportunity for repayment. Both luck and karma can come in good and bad varieties.


I saw a styrofoam cup blowing in the wind. I grabbed a grocery bag and started cleaning up the trash that had accumulated while the ground was covered in snow. What's that green paper over there? I found some money while cleaning up trash.

Ryan Johnston
Pastor, New Sunflower Church


YOLO – Do You Only Live Once?

I recently learned that the young generation is throwing around the acronym YOLO which means, “You only live once.” I’ve seen this trending on twitter and as a call sign in black ops 2 since I heard about it. This really bothered me when I read about what it means. There are some aspects of… Read more »