Most of you are familiar with the principle of “seedtime and harvest.” You know that principle which God established that says, “For whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap” (Galatians 6:7). With this principle, the words that we speak can produce a crop much like that of the farmer who planted seeds in a field and it is from this crop that we reap a harvest, be it good or be it bad. The same applies to the things that we do, where our actions are also like seeds, producing a crop from which we reap a harvest, be it good or be it bad as well. It is important to note that the crops we produce can be “good or bad,” depending on what we have sown.
Basically, we continually have a harvest ready to come in, always based on the things that we say and/or the things that we do. While these crops can be good or they can be bad, it is amazing how quickly we will distance ourselves from “a bad crop,” even though we are the ones responsible. We are the ones that planted them, but we are quick to blame others and/or even blame God for the bad crops that appear in our lives from time to time. There is a harvest coming and it will come from the seeds that you have planted either by your words or by your actions in the past few days, weeks, months, or even years. The question for you is “What kind of harvest will it be?”
As always, we pray that today’s inspirational message will bless you as well as inform you. If blessed by this message, please share so that others may be blessed as well. Amen.
Enjoy your blessings - KW