Let those who wept as they planted their crops, gather the harvest with joy! Those who wept as they went out carrying the seed will come back singing for joy, as they bring in the harvest. Psalm 126:5-6 (GNT)
In Plato’s book titled “Apology”, he narrated that, Socrates, at his trial for impiety and corrupting the youth, a charge for which he was subsequently sentenced to death noted that “an unexamined life is not worth living”
Beloved, God has said “As long as the world exists, there will be a time for planting and a time for harvest. The theme of time runs through both seed time and harvest time.
Beloved, many individuals around the world, perhaps including you, are simply not happy with their life. They desire to have a more fulfilling and meaningful life. In contrast, what they have now is a life best described as a boring, repetitive and dull routines.
Many at times, individuals have discounted the law of seed time and harvest time not only to their own disadvantage but also with negative consequences on their family, work and communal associations.
Beloved, there is no neutral ground. No place for us to hide. Whatever we sow today, that shall we reap in due time. The life you have now is the simply the harvest of a buildup of all the seeds you have sown since your age of accountability.
Beloved, Life is spelt TIME. What are you using the gift of time on earth for? Every thought you yield to, any feeling you rationalize, and any action you take are seeds you are sowing in time. Question is, “What seeds are you sowing?
Are you sowing the good seeds of faith, hope and love or you are sowing seeds of sin and disobedience to God?
Before you retire to bed, spend a minute to reflect on the seeds you have sown in the day and ask God to help you sow good seeds.
I declare that today, my mind is set on whatsoever is true, honest, just, pure, lovely, virtuous and of good report.
Genesis 8:22, Philippians 4:8