Reaping What You Sow
A young teenager wanted to aggravate the hardworking farmer who lived next door. He led some of his pals to sneak into the farmer’s field one night and planted kudzu all over the farm. It soon took hold. Kudzu is a vine that will devour trees, fields, and anything else that gets in its way. He laughed every time he saw the farmer vainly trying to get rid of it.
A few years later, long after the teenager had forgotten his prank, he fell in love with the farmer’s daughter, and they were married. When her father died, he inherited the farm, and for the rest of his life he battled that sorry kudzu he had planted.
The Bible says, “For whatever a man sows, this he will also reap.” In short, when we’re hard on others, they tend to be hard on us. It’s the law of the harvest. When you plant tomatoes, you don’t get squash, for the harvest never lies.
What kind of seeds are you sowing? What kind of harvest are you reaping? Let’s remember...in life, we reap what we sow.
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