Reap What You Sow (Morning)
Genesis 8:22 “While the earth remains, Seedtime and harvest, Cold and heat, Winter and summer, And day and night Shall not cease.
Long before He created the first human, God first created their needs in the Garden of Eden. He put in mind our well-being and provided the Garden with food, be it fruits and edible plants. But it’s all with a catch: Adam and Eve must work and took care of each of the plants inside, from seedlings to bear fruit.
Garden of Eden is not our sole example. After God sent a huge flood to annihilate the life, He commanded Noah that there will be a time to sow and a time to reap. That implies, for humanity to exist and continue its existence they must sow the seeds. God wants every able-bodied human to work and “sow” with all their hearts. Dedicate themselves to better serve Him.
Does this law apply to today’s standards? Yes! If we sow bad seeds we will reap a bad harvest. But if we sow good seeds our harvest would increase exponentially. Right now, if this “sowing” term is still alien to your understanding, take your first step. Sowing is not just about material or physical things, we can sow our time, efforts, prayers, or blessing. Don’t count your chicken yet! But think about how important your harvest is for the kingdom of heaven expansion. When we wholeheartedly sow our seeds He will provide us with a multitude of blessings, a blessing that would enable us to become stronger and stronger.
THE LAW OF SOWING AND REAPING was CREATED by God since the beginning.
1. Why does God create laws of sowing and reaping?
2. What does prohibit you from sowing?
3. What are your commitments to better sow for the glory of His kingdom?
“Good Father, we believe that “we reap what we sow” is still relevant to this day, since the beginning of time. We want to give our best harvest and present it to further glorify Your name. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”
YEARLY BIBLE READING
2 Peter 3