Eat What You Grow...Grow What You Eat

Eat What You Grow...Grow What You Eat

In the olden days farming was a must. Our grandparents and the generations before them farmed as a regular part of life. In those days people were healthier, lived longer, had better quality lives, and food with healthier too. In today's modern world we can all agree that the quality of life in certain areas of the world are just poor and lacking, especially in the western world.

Truth be told, the "food" being sold in the stores are full of toxic chemicals. The beverages are also pumped full of toxins and artificial junk. The water is being heavily polluted and even the air quality is dangerous. We know that in these last days things are prophesied to get worse. The enemy and his cohorts work overtime to bring harm and danger to our communities.

Nothing can be trusted. The food industry is completely against us as humans and we have to be more careful of what we buy to feed our families. With all this being said, the best and safest route is to return back to the ancient path. Jeremiah 6:16 says: This is what the Lord says: Stop at the crossroads and look around. Ask for the old, godly way, and walk in it. Travel its path, and you will find rest for your souls. But you reply, ‘No, that’s not the road we want. Now more than ever before it is vital for us to get back to the old way of living. A life of simplicity and natural living. Genesis 8:22 says: As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease. This scripture speaks of the cyclical nature of agriculture and the reliability of God's provision.

We should know by now that we certainly cannot rely on just grocers, and others to have everything we need at the snap of a finger. We have entered into a time where we have to become self-sustainable and get back to doing things our grand parents grew up doing. Eating from the hands of the corrupt will only cause us more harm than good. Psalm 141:4 says: Do not let my heart be drawn to what is evil so that I take part in wicked deeds along with those who are evildoers; do not let me eat their delicacies. This scripture is a prayer asking for God to remove the desires to partake in evil deeds, and to remove the apatite for the delicacies of the wicked.



  • Plan Your Garden with Meals in Mind

  • Grow Your Favorites

  • Start Small

  • Plant a Variety of Crops

  • Harvest and Use Fresh Produce

  • Preserve Excess Produce

  • Get Creative with Cooking

  • Rotate Crops

  • Save Seeds

  • Share Your Harvest

  • Keep Learning



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