How is your garden

How is your garden

The Cheerful Giver

But this I say: He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. 2 Corinthians 9:6 (NKJV)

It is amazing how things can grow. In 2005 scientists germinated a date palm seed that was recovered from Herod the Great’s palace on top of Masada in the Judean wilderness, this seed was around two thousand years old. And a thirteen hundred year old lotus seed from Chins was germinated in 1995. These remarkable examples of preservation, however are the exception than the rule. Seed companies today don’t normally guarantee the viability of their seed for more than a few years.

How is your garden

Many things determine the quality of a harvest, the quality of the seed, the number of seeds sown, the quality of the soil. and the amounts of moisture and nutrients provided. The same is true with a spiritual harvest. No farmer would sow randomly and expect a beautiful abundant crop. Neither should we. As we sow seeds of good works, financial investments, prayers, studies, service, and worship, we must focus on the quality of our seeds.

As stewards, we have been entrusted with seeds to sow. And as we sow we shall reap.

How is your garden?


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