“Let us not grow weary or become discouraged in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap, if we do not give in” Galatians 6:9, Amplified.
You have sown seed into God’s kingdom. You have given to others, helped others and been a great blessing throughout the years. You have served, giving God your time and abilities. You’ve loved and sacrificed. When it was hard, you remained faithful to God.
Every man hasn’t been sowing what you’ve sown, and every man will not reap what you’ll reap. Every seed you put in the ground of God’s kingdom will always produce a harvest. It’s only a matter of time. It is time to reap what you’ve sown. This year there are some things you’ve been waiting for that are now springing forth.
God says it is time for Him to also reap what He has sown as well. He has done a lot of sowing in you. He has sown His word into your life and much about Who He is. He has revealed much about His plans for you and your calling. He has sown great wisdom, leadership and many experiences that seemed to not have meaning, but He says now I will show you I’m going to use them. Some things you’ve been through have hurt you, but He is taking the bad and causing you to receive something good from it.
He wants to take everything He put in you, everything He has invested into you and use it now. It is time for the man on the inside to come forth on the outside. When God reaps what is sown in us, everyone benefits from the harvest. Don’t faint my brother. You are about to reap your reward and He is making you a great blessing.
Prayer: Father thank You for speaking to me. No matter the seed, You never forget a seed sown. It’s been hard, but I’ve been faithful. It is time to reap. Help me to not faint and give in, but continue to serve You. Reap what You’ve sown in me Father. I give You all the glory and I thank You! In Jesus’ name, Amen.
Study: Psalm 126:5-6, Galatians 6:7-9