July 22, 2017
The Law of The Harvest
If a farmer wants to grow corn, he knows he is going to need to plant the seeds, water the corn, weed it, protect it from pests, and finally harvest it. If the farmer neglects any of these steps, he won’t be surprised to not have a plentiful harvest. He knows that to get the results that he wants he is going to have to do the work that is required to get them.
In today’s culture, it seems that some people have forgotten about the importance of this law. They want immediate results, but they don’t want to put forth the sustained effort that is required to attain those results. This is a recipe for disaster. There are processes involved with the attainment and achievement of any goal, and there is always a price to be paid.
Pay the price, get the result. It’s not easy. It will require work. It will be difficult, but it is the only way.