24 Jan What you sowed last year you will reap this year.
Have you ever heard the saying, “You will reap what you sowed”? I always associated this saying with a negative mindset, until I opened my bible to 2 Cor. 9: Remember this: * The person who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and the person who sows generously will also reap generously. So, the ball was in my court. I was given the power to either sow small or sow big, sow good or bad. Now, as you look at the picture above this text: you see a beautiful trail of colorful flowers. You would not see these arrangements of beautiful flowers if someone did not plant the seed first. And we would not see so many of these flowers if the planter didn’t sow many seeds. One seed did not produce this, it was a bucket of seeds involved to be able to get these flowers.
So, the scriptures are very true when it states you reap what you sow. In another text: Proverbs 11 There is one who scatters yet increases more, And there is one who withholds more than is right, but it leads to poverty. Here it’s letting us know the one who takes time to sow will reap but if you don’t sow at all, you will not reap anything. If the planter of these beautiful flowers decided not to sow seeds, then they would not reap this beautiful garden of flowers.
Now the same is true in this text: Gal. 6:7 Don’t be misled: No one makes a fool of God. What a person plants, he will harvest. This is good or bad. If you sow kindness, you will reap kindness in a bountiful way. If you sow evil, then you will reap evil. If you sowed mercy, you will reap mercy. Whatever seed you sow is the harvest you will get in return.
God doesn’t lie. He can not lie. His word says, Genesis 8: For as long as Earth lasts, planting, and harvest, cold and heat, Summer and winter, day and night will never stop.” The NKJV says, seedtime. You must plant your seed first and it takes time and then the harvest. There is an order to this principle.
Luke 6 “Judge not, and you shall not be judged. Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven.  “Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you.”
If you sow an orange seed, you will get back oranges, not just one orange nor will you get apples. You planted orange seed you will get oranges, not apples. Some people think if they sow meanness they should reap or get back in return kindness. No, it doesn’t work like that.
I want you to think, what have you sown last year? Did you sow drama? Well, get ready for harvest drama. Did you sow kindness? Get ready to see a harvest of your kindness returned to you. If you sowed anything negative last year, just make up your mind to sow positive things.
The ball is in your court, you have the power. You are the farmer in your own garden. Be attentive, be diligent, be purposeful, be attentional. Begin to use your power and sow right and sow plenty. Some of you are getting ready for a financial harvest like you’ve never seen before. And some of you are getting ready for the job you’ve been praying for and some of you are getting ready for the baby, the house, the spouse, the help, the education. Because you sowed for it and now time is coming for you to reap the harvest. 2022 will be a year of seeing what you prayed for because you didn’t quit when it got hard, you didn’t stop giving even when you didn’t have the income to do so, you didn’t stop helping people, but you keep your head up knowing that Gal. 6:7“God is not mocked, you will reap what you sowed”. You lived out this text: Gal. 6 So let’s not allow ourselves to get fatigued doing good. At the right time, we will harvest a good crop if we don’t give up or quit.
I want to encourage you to keep sowing right. Your harvest is on the way! 2022 will be a year of manifestation of harvest!
Please write me back with your testimonies of what God has done with your seeds sown.