'Plow' in the Bible
"Don't plow with an ox and a donkey yoked together.
He will appoint his officers over thousands and officers over fifties some will plow his fields, reap his harvest, and craft his war implements and equipment for his chariots.
Everyone in Israel would have to go to the Philistines so each person could sharpen his plow, his mattock, his axe, and his sickle.
It's been my experience that those who plow the soil of iniquity and those who sow the seed of trouble will reap their harvest!
Can you bind the ox to plow a furrow with a rope? Will he harrow after you in the valley?
A lazy person doesn't plow in the proper season; he looks for a harvest, but there is nothing.
Does he who plows for sowing plow all the time? Does he keep on breaking up and harrowing his field?
"Ephraim, the well-trained heifer, loves to thresh grain, so I will spare her neck. I will turn Ephraim into a pack animal. Judah will pull the plow, and Jacob will turn up the fallow ground.
Beat your plow blades into swords, and your pruning knives into spears! Let the frail say, "I am strong!"
"Horses don't run over bare rock, do they? One doesn't plow rock with oxen, does he? But you have turned justice to gall, and the fruit of righteousness into bitterness.
Jesus told him, "No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God."
"Then the servant manager told himself, "What should I do? My master is taking my position away from me. I'm not strong enough to plow, and I'm ashamed to beg.
Isn't he really speaking for our benefit? Yes, this was written for our benefit, because the one who plows should plow in hope, and the one who threshes should thresh in hope of sharing in the crop.