Once you sow a mango seed to the ground, your expectations will be to see a mango fruit during harvest time- no argument about this. However, if you want to reap a garden full of beautiful flowers but you prayed about and read about how to sow a maize, you will get nothing.
This is the principle of sowing and reaping which can be read in Galatians 6:7, saying “Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.”
What is the real implication of this verse? Whatever goes into the ground as a seed, is what sprouts out. God says that you cannot deceive him. If you sow peace, you will reap peace. You will reap the consequences of whatever you sow. Bad seeds sown, will yield bad consequences.
Whether you are a believer or not, this principle applies to you. God does not respect anyone. His principled is laid down. He wants everyone to saved that means we must form good habits.
“Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.” – 2 Corinthians 9:6
You can sow to any part of your life. Whether in abundance, in spirituality, finance, relationship or even in physical terms. Your daily habits determines what you will reap in the future.
Do You Reap Blessings OR Seeds
People live as if they are in a box! They make things look as if God is very small and less powerful. That is why they remain where they are. All these are thoughts the devil pushes into your mind. It is a big lie! The devil does not want you to succeed. The devil wants you to be stagnant in life. Even though the commandments God gave us are spiritual but they are also physical.
In Ecclesiastes 11:6, “Plant your seed in the morning and keep busy all afternoon, for you don’t know if profit will come from one activity or another or both.”
It continues in verse 7 saying truly the light is sweet and a pleasant thing it is to behold the sun.
The sun shines upon us and it never fades away. So as we can continue to reap blessings and not weeds. You habits now is what determine your progress in life. Does your habit yield a seed of blessings or does it give a rotten one? OUr timeline is different from that of God. “For His ways are above ours and His thoughts are above our thoughts.” (Isaiah 55:8)
Many people especially Christians pray go to church and sit down for God to pour blessings on them. God did not give us the skeleton to act like a rag. He requires action on our path.
God said, “If you’re faithful with very little I will make you faithful over much”. (Luke 16:10)
He Wants The Best Out Of Us
God wants us to be the best. This means we must make good choices and get rid of the bad ones that makes us grow weeds instead of the bad ones.