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“The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field." (Matthew 9:37-38) (2 min 28 sec)


    1. The "harvest" is the spiritual awakening of all God's children.

    In truth, we are all one with God and each other. Our seeming separation from God and the resulting ego-based thought system has led us to forget our true identity.
    The "workers" aren't external figures, but represent aspects of our own mind that choose to align with the Holy Spirit and participate in the "harvest" – the undoing of the ego's illusions. These aspects work to bring peace, forgiveness, and the awareness of love's presence to ourselves and the world.

    The "workers" Jesus refers to are those who have begun to awaken to their true nature as eternal spiritual beings. They have started to release the ego's illusions and accept the Holy Spirit's correction of their perception. These awakened ones now have the role of helping guide their brothers and sisters back to the remembrance of the truth of who they really are.
    The "Lord of the harvest" symbolizes the Holy Spirit, the part of our mind that guides us back to remembering our Oneness. By "asking" the Lord of the harvest, we're aligning ourselves with the Holy Spirit and opening ourselves to its guidance in the process of awakening.
    However, at this stage, there are relatively few who have undergone this perceptual shift compared to the multitudes still lost in the ego's dream of separation. Jesus is thus urging us to ask God to quicken the awakening process by sending forth more "workers" - more people whose minds have been healed of separation and can now serve as beacons of light in the world.
    This passage points to the need for more spiritually awakened individuals to help facilitate the universal recognition of our oneness with God, which is the ultimate "harvest." The scarcity of such teachers currently is a call for us to pray for an acceleration of humanity's remembrance of our true shared Identity in God.
    I am sorry.
    Please forgive me.
    Thank you.
    I love you.
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