The Bible often use the word “sheaves;” for example in Genesis: “We were binding sheaves of corn out in the field when suddenly my sheaf rose and stood upright, while your sheaves gathered round mine and bowed down to it” (Genesis 37:7). Sheaves are often used in parables to represent other things or events, and therefore the word can have meanings beyond its literal definition.
“Sheaves” is the plural of the word “sheaf.” The meaning of “sheaf” can be stalks of cut or harvested grain that have been bound together. It can also be defined as any collection of things that are held together with a band or tie; for example, you could say; “On the table there were sheaves of paper.” Any composite object made of many things bundled or tied together could make a sheaf — or if there are many of them, sheaves.
A sheaf can be defined as a bundle of many items, usually the same, tied together.
On Sunday 26th February 2017, we are going to be bringing in all our Souls won since the Launch of join the Chariot.