Harvest Time

The harvest you reap reveals the seed that was planted. If you plant the corrupt seeds of self-life into this natural realm, you can expect to experience a harvest of corruption. If you plant the good seeds of Spirit-life you will reap the beautiful fruits that grow from the everlasting life of the Spirit. Galatians 6:8 TPT

One of the rules of nature is that everything reproduces after its kind. This makes the life of the farmer easy. If the farmer wants to reap corn, he can plant corn seeds. There has never been a case where the farmer planted apples and the harvest produced grapes. In like manner, the seeds people sow in their lives is the harvest they will reap. Verse 7 says, “Make no mistake about it, God will never be mocked! For what you plant will always be the very thing you harvest.” The same principle that exists in nature, exist in our lives.

Some people continually sow corrupt seeds. They practice evil and do what is wrong, yet they expect to reap the rewards of goodness and kindness. God may not send your harvest immediately, but be aware, your harvest is coming. The individual who sows good seeds will find that he will reap the same. If you live a life that pleases God, then from that life you will reap the harvest of everlasting life. Everyone wants to reap the blessings of God but are reluctant to sow the seeds that brings that harvest. Be careful what you sow because a harvest is coming.

Thought for Today: Your seeds determine your harvest.

Have a blessed day and walk in faith and victory.

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