27. October 2016 · Comments Off on BEWARE OF THE CHRISTIAN PLAYER‏ · Categories: God's Plan, Help, Jesus Christ, Justice, Relationship, Revenge, Seedtime and Harvest

Even though they may look or act like godly people, they’re not. They deny His power. I tell you: Stay away from the likes of these. They’re snakes slithering into the houses of vulnerable women, women gaudy with sin, to seduce them. These reptiles can capture them because these women are weak and easily swayed by their desires (2 Timothy 3:5-6 Voice).

Beloved, this post may not be for everyone but it’s something that I’ve been prompted to share. One of the many cases the Lord is dealing with in this season is that of the so-called Christian brothers who go from church to church and like what our feature text highlights, their victim are vulnerable women who in most cases are desperate for love, affection and attention and so would jump on any Christian brother that claims to be single. I say so-called Christian brother because they look the part, talk the talk, even speak in tongues but they are not what they claim to be. Again, like our feature text says… Even though they may look or act like godly people, they’re not. They need to truly surrender to God.

Unfortunately, like the way satan deceived Eve, these men are experts at twisting the word of God and because these vulnerable women are not well grounded in the Word, they fall prey. However, once these men get what they want, it’s good bye see you later and they are on to the next woman who is gullible enough to fall prey.

Beloved, while its had to think that this is happening in the body of Christ, unfortunately, it is and many vulnerable women have fallen victim to it. However, I know when I hear the Lord and He has heard their cries and though He may have allowed you to go through some things just to humble you and get your attention, it’s time for these so-called players to either repent or face the judgement of God. This is a case of how the Lord first used nations like Babylon to humble the Israelites. However, after humbling the Israelites, He then took it in turns to deal with these nations; “How dare you treat My children like that?

Beloved, unfortunately, we tend to do things to God’s children thinking that we can get away with it. We think no one sees us but the Bible says… Do not be deceived, God is not mocked [He will not allow Himself to be ridiculed, nor treated with contempt nor allow His precepts to be scornfully set aside]; for whatever a man sows, this and this only is what he will reap (Galatians 6:7 AMP) and… Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right [by executing just and righteous judgment]? (Genesis 18:25 AMP). SELAH!

Women, especially single women need to be very careful and be on guard. Like the Bible says… Be sober [well balanced and self-disciplined], be alert and cautious at all times. That enemy of yours, the devil, prowls around like a roaring lion [fiercely hungry], seeking someone to devour (1 Peter 5:8 AMP).

BEWARE OF THE CHRISTIAN PLAYER‏

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27. February 2016 · Comments Off on PUSHING PAST OBSTACLES TO BECOME FRUITFUL · Categories: Endurance, Faith, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Perseverance, Seedtime and Harvest, Spiritual Growth, Trusting God

Others are the seed thrown among the rocks. Those people hear the word and receive it immediately with joy and enthusiasm; but without deep roots, doubt, trouble, or persecution instantly withers their faith. Still others are the seed tossed among weeds and brambles. The word has reached them, but the things of this life—the worries, the drive for more and more, the desire for other things—those things cluster around close and choke the life of God out of them until they cannot produce (Mark 4:16-19 VOICE).

Beloved, I remember hearing of a lady who admitted she had long lost faith in God because she had been waiting on Him for the fruit of the womb for a long time now. According to her, she was only attending church because of her husband. I remembered her story as I read this parable of the Sower and the Seed and wondered how many of us have been in church for a long time but have allowed obstacles hinder us from being fruitful.

Have you ever read this parable and wondered which category you fall into? Does doubt, trouble, or persecution instantly wither your faith? Have you ever received a word with joy and enthusiasm only for the next thing you see is trouble that looks the exact opposite of the word you received? Maybe you are full of faith for a few days but then the reality of your current situation dawns on you and you’re like “what was I thinking?”

Maybe yours is the distractions of this age with its worldly pleasures, and the deceitfulness [and the false security or glamour] of wealth [or fame]… (AMP). This has currently consumed the body of Christ. We all want to be ‘made’ and famous but I remember someone saying “Yes, Jesus promised abundant life but it may not be ‘Whitney Houston’ style.

Beloved, the Lord sees our hearts, understands our motives and knows what hinders us. He is saying that we need to strive to get pass all these obstacles to get to this place…. ‎those last seeds—those sown into good soil. Those people hear the word, accept it, meditate on it, act on it, and bear fruit—a crop 30, 60, or 100 times larger than the farmer dropped to earth (Mark 4:16-19 VOICE).

These are the ones that are totally sold out to God. They are well grounded and don’t allow distractions, wrong motives and obstacles faze them. They understand that obstacles are part of the deal and that… if you fall apart during a crisis, then you weren’t very strong to begin with (Proverbs 24:10 VOICE).

These are the ones that… delight in the law of the Lord, meditating on it day and night. They are like trees planted along the riverbank, bearing fruit each season. Their leaves never wither, and they prosper in all they do (Psalm 1:2-3 NLT).

Beloved, which category do you fall into? Are you willing to PUSH PAST OBSTACLES TO BECOME FRUITFUL?

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25. February 2016 · Comments Off on JESUS ALSO FED HIS DISCIPLES‏ · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Promise, Relationship, Seedtime and Harvest, Trusting God

Jesus took the five pieces of flatbread and the two fish, looked up to heaven, thanked God for the food, and broke it. He gave the pieces to the disciples to distribute, and all of the people ate until no one was hungry. Then they gathered twelve baskets full of leftovers (Mark 6:41-43 VOICE)

As I was reading this story again, it dawned on me that though ‎we tend to focus on the fact that Jesus fed the 5000, I realised that He also fed His Disciples but to grasp this, we have to rewind a bit.

Jesus had sent the twelve disciples out to do ministry (Mark 6:7) and… now the twelve returned from their travels and told Him what they had done, whom they had seen, and how they had spread the news of God’s kingdom (Mark 6:30 VOICE). Jesus then said to the disciples…let us go out into the wilderness for a while and rest ourselves. The crowds gathered as always, and Jesus and the twelve couldn’t eat because so many people came and went (Mark 6:31 VOICE).

They still tried to escape but the crown followed (Mark 6:32-33) and so, though they were hungry they couldn’t find time to eat. Instead, they were concerned about what the people would eat (Mark 6:35-36) and before they knew it, they found themselves serving. Jesus said… tell them to gather in smaller groups and sit on that green patch of grass and so the disciples gathered the people in groups of 100 or of 50, and they sat down (Mark 6:39-40 VOICE) and then after blessing the meal, Jesus… gave the pieces to the disciples to distribute and all of the people ate until NO ONE WAS HUNGRY (Mark 6:41-42 VOICE).

But what about the disciples? Isn’t it funny how people sometimes don’t care whether those that serve them have anything to eat? However, I’m glad Jesus knows the sacrifices made and though it may go unnoticed and sometimes unappreciated by people, He never forgets. He had great plans to feed His 12 disciples because they too were hungry and must have been exhausted after organising and feeding 5000 plus people. We are told in our opening text that… they gathered twelve baskets full of leftovers and so I’m assuming one basket for each disciple.

Beloved, you may be in a position where you think Jesus doesn’t care that you too are hungry but He does‎. The story ends by saying… a total of 5,000 men and their families were fed (Mark 6:44 NLT)… but Jesus also provided for His disciples.

Two night ago, after challenging the Lord to meet an urgent need for a friend, yesterday, they came back with a testimony and I told them that… Jesus also provided twelve baskets full of leftovers for His disciples.

So let’s not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up (Galatians 6:9 NLT).

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13. January 2016 · Comments Off on WHAT DOES A SACRIFICED, SURRENDERED LIFE LOOK LIKE‏? · Categories: Blessing, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Salvation, Seedtime and Harvest, Spiritual Growth, Worship

Then Isaac planted [seed] in that land [as a farmer] and reaped in the same year a hundred times [as much as he had planted], and the Lord blessed and favored him. And the man [Isaac] became great and gained more and more until he became very wealthy and extremely distinguished (Genesis 26:12-13 AMP)

Using yesterdays post as a backdrop for this, yes, Abraham is an example of someone that was able to carry out a total release but all Abraham had to go through was release what was in his hand and heart. However, like someone said recently, nobody knew what a sacrificed seed was like Isaac himself because he was the one that lay there on that altar and as a result, he became the embodiment of seed.

As I started to meditate on this, the parable of the sower and the seed came to mind. We are told that… those [in the last group] are the ones on whom seed was sown on the good soil; and they hear the word [of God, the good news regarding the way of salvation] and accept it and bear fruit—thirty, sixty, and a hundred times as much [as was sown].” (Mark 4:20 AMP)

AS MUCH AS WAS SOWN… The seed that fell on good ground produced different levels of harvest as much as was sown so a hundredfold harvest suggest hundredfold seed (sacrifice). Thirtyfold and sixtyfold reapers probably sowed thirtyfold and sixtyfold seed (sacrifice)… They didn’t give all… I’m just saying…

We also see this in Isaac’s case above. He reaped as much as he had planted and we are told that ‎he reaped a hundredfold blessing. And please I’m not looking at this in monetary terms but just to use it as an example, if 10 pounds or dollars is all you had and you sowed it all, that’s a hundredfold sacrifice.
Could their different levels of harvest be directly proportionate to what they were willing to sacrifice, surrender, give up, ability to press in and keep moving on despite the challenges?

Going back to Abraham’s sacrifice, Isaac lay there on that altar, surrounding his life to be sacrificed. He wasn’t dead on the altar so we can say that he was a living sacrifice and the embodiment of hundredfold seed.

Beloved, for us, the New Testament gives us a picture of what this kind of sacrificed life looks like‏. Apostle says… Therefore I urge you, brothers and sisters, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies [DEDICATING ALL OF YOURSELVES, set apart] as a living sacrifice, holy and well-pleasing to God, which is your rational (logical, intelligent) act of worship (Romans 12:1 AMP).

DEDICATING ALL OF YOURSELVES… not thirty… not sixty…. but hundred percent of yourselves… that’s if you want to reap in the same year a hundred times [as much as you planted]… and I believe you know the areas the Lord is referring to. If not, why not ask the Holy Spirit to reveal what He’s asking you to surrender.

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02. January 2016 · Comments Off on ‏WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH YOUR BLANK SLATE? · Categories: God's Plan, Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, Relationship, Restoration, Seedtime and Harvest, Spiritual Growth

In the beginning, God created everything: the heavens above and the earth below. Here’s what happened: At first the earth lacked shape and was totally empty, and a dark fog draped over the deep while God’s Spirit-wind hovered over the surface of the empty waters. Then there was the voice of God (Genesis 1:1-2 Voice)

Yesterday, as we were rounding up our watch night service, one of the last words that came was that we’ve been given a blank slate and the question “what are you going to do with it?” was asked. We were then asked to think about it briefly and then talk to the Lord about what we desire to go on our blank slates.

Hmmm… what are you going to do with your blank slate? That’s a very important question and though I came up with a few things, as I started reading our feature text later on, the word came to me again. The beginning of the Creation of the world is a perfect picture of a blank slate where we see the Spirit of God hovering all over it. What immediately came to mind was the popular worship song that says… “Holy Spirit move me now… make my life whole again… Spirit move over me…”

Immediately, I turned that into a prayer… “Holy Spirit, I invite You to move over my blank slate. Survey and highlight every area of my life that needs work” and then my second prayer was that I want to hear only the Lord’s voice. That for me is so important because in a world where there are so many voices including our own, it’s so crucial that we are able to hear what the Lord is saying.

We find that as the Lord spoke, He began to create, inspect and approve everything that mankind would need to do our own part and when He was done… God created man in His own image… then God blessed them, and God said to them, be FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY… (Genesis 1:27-28 NKJV)

Beloved, that’s what the Lord did with His blank slate… His spirit moved over it, He spoke what He wanted to see, inspected and approved that it was good and then handed it over to man to… be FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY.

It took God 6 days to do this and I wonder whether you want to do the same – that is, dedicate the next few days to the Lord so He can move, speak, inspect, approve and then give you the blueprint on how to be fruitful and multiply this year.

Oh, the joys of those who do not follow evil men’s advice… but they delight in doing everything God wants them to, and day and night are always meditating on His laws and thinking about ways to follow Him more closely. They are like trees along a riverbank bearing luscious fruit each season without fail. Their leaves shall never wither, and all they do shall prosper (Psalm 1:1-3 TLB).

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Do not be fooled [deceived; mistaken]: You cannot cheat [mock; make a fool of] God. People harvest only what they plant [reap what they sow]. If they plant to satisfy [or in the field of; ‎into; to] their sinful selves [sinful nature; flesh], their sinful selves will bring them ruin [‎they will reap destruction from the flesh]. But if they plant to please [or in the field of; ‎ into; to] the Spirit, they will receive [reap; harvest] eternal life from the Spirit (Galatians 6:7-8 EXB).

Do you know that if all day long your mind is on a big Mac meal from MacDonald’s, there’s every possibility that before the end of the day, you would find yourself at MacDonald’s?

We were looking at the heart the other day with particular reference to the Scripture that says… Watch over your heart with all diligence, for from it flow the springs of life (Proverbs 4:23 AMP). We are to guard our hearts because according to our speaker, the desire for God and the things of God comes from our hearts.

Our speaker started to explore the 5 access points or gateways to the heart and these are through our 5 senses, what we taste, see, touch, smell, and hear. These are the access points to your heart and whatever you are planting or receiving through these 5 access points is what you will reap in due season. If you are always hearing or watching things that feed your sinful desires, then please don’t be fooled, what else would you expect to harvest?

A few days ago, someone was about to show me a message that had been circulating via WhatsApp. They had previously sent it to me and perhaps because I didn’t respond, when they saw me, they decided to bring it up again but I said I didn’t want to see it. I told them that I already had a glance and knowing what it would do to me, I decided not to read it. Why? Because it would plant the wrong kind of seed in my heart that would give birth to slandering and then I would have spent the time feeding my flesh. I refused to allow them show me. Rather, I decided to use that time teaching on guarding our hearts.

If you keep planting things through your 5 senses that would satisfy your sexual/lustful desires or things that would give birth to quarrelling, jealousy, outbursts of anger etc. then, don’t expect to reap something else… whatever you sow is what you reap and don’t be fooled God is not mocked.

The Lord would rather have you sow into your spirit; feeding your spirit with the word of God, worshipping Him, fellowshipping with brethren that would build you up, doing good to one another and just doing everything that would promote your spiritual growth.

So give yourselves completely [submit] to God. Stand against [Resist] the devil, and the devil will run [flee] from you (James 4:7 EXB).

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07. August 2015 · Comments Off on YOU NEVER KNOW WHO’S WATCHING · Categories: Action, Change, Choices, God's Plan, Hardwork and Laziness, Jesus Christ, Marriage, Relationship, Seedtime and Harvest

‎Then Boaz asked his foreman, “Who is that young woman over there? Who does she belong to?” (Ruth 2:5 NLT)

All the single ladies… all the single ladies… Put your hands up…

Good… I see your hands. Now that I’ve got your attention, you can put them down. LOL. I have a special message for you. Do you know you never know who’s watching? Do you who’s watching you right now?

Here’s Ruth a single lady who could have decided that she would only put on her best behaviour when in church when all the eligible bachelors were watching. No! She decided I’m not just going to sit down there waiting for Mr Right to fall from heaven and redeem me from all my problems. She refused to put her life on hold. She also refused to use her Facebook timeline to give the impression that she spends most of her time attending parties. “What time would you have for our family then?”

And when Boaz eventually locates her, he told her… I… KNOW ABOUT EVERYTHING YOU HAVE DONE for your mother-in-law since the death of your husband. I HAVE HEARD HOW you left your father and mother and your own land to live here among complete strangers. (Ruth 2:11 NLT). Her good reputation had gone before her to clear the way. What has gone before you?

The Bible says… He who finds a wife finds a good thing… (Proverbs 18:22 NKJV). Ruth was already a wife. The ring on her finger didn’t make her one. She already had a loving heart. She was already hard working. As a potential helpmate to Boaz, she already knew his field so well‎ and he knew for sure she would be nice to his mother. Serving God wasn’t going to be a problem either because she had given up all to follow Him.

Who can find a virtuous and capable wife? She is more precious than rubies. Her husband can trust her, and she will greatly enrich his life… She gets up before dawn to prepare breakfast for her household and plan the day’s work for her servant girls. She goes to inspect a field and buys it… She is energetic and strong, a hard worker. She makes sure her dealings are profitable; her lamp burns late into the night… She extends a helping hand to the poor and opens her arms to the needy… She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future. When she speaks, her words are wise, and she gives instructions with kindness. She carefully watches everything in her household and suffers nothing from laziness. Her children stand and bless her. Her husband praises her: “There are many virtuous and capable women in the world, but you surpass them all!” Charm is deceptive, and beauty does not last; but a woman who fears the Lord will be greatly praised… (Proverbs 31:10-31 NLT).

Are you this virtuous and capable wife? YOU NEVER KNOW WHO’S WATCHING

PS: YOU ALSO CAN’T FAKE IT (SELAH)

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24. July 2015 · Comments Off on A GOD-HONOURING DECISION‏ · Categories: Choices, God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Joy, Obedience, Pain, Promise, Seedtime and Harvest, Trusting God

But Ruth replied, “Don’t ask me to leave you and turn back. Wherever you go, I will go; wherever you live, I will live. Your people will be my people, and your God will be my God (Ruth 1:16 NLT).

‎Reading John Maxwell’s book, ‘Wisdom from Women in the Bible’, I came across this quote…

“WHEN YOU MAKE A GOD-HONOURING DECISION WITH THE HEART, GOD GUIDES YOU WITH HIS HAND”.

Here’s Ruth, a young lady who had lost her husband and was left with a very bitter mother-in-law who felt God had abandoned her and was probably returning back home to die. Ruth was faced with the biggest decision of her life. Should I go with this bitter woman and her God or should I go back to my people? Despite the hopelessness of the situation, she decided to make a God-honouring decision which led her to the future she never imagined.

Are you struggling to make a God-honouring decision‏?

I’ve taken sometime out just to be alone with the Lord but every now and then, I put on my phone just to see if the whole world has fallen apart and it needs me to come to its rescue (LOL). As I did that yesterday, a young lady I met with last week called. She was quite upset. She was just coming from a job interview when we met. She later sent a message to say she got the long awaited job but then yesterday, she was so upset because she had to make the decision to give it up. She said “Aunty, I’m a people’s person. I know I can do the job and easily work my way up to a managerial position in no time. The only thing is that I have to be out there from morning to night and by the time I get home, I’m so tired I can’t even pray nor read my Bible and then it also means I can no longer go out on missions work on Saturdays”.

She happens to be part of a team that goes out winning souls all over London for like 5 hours in one go. I’ve done it several times and it’s not the easiest thing to do but when I asked her how she felt about being on the streets evangelising, she said it was the most fulfilling feeling in the whole world and didn’t want to give it up. So, I told her that at the age of 20, I don’t know of many people that would make that decision. There are many people today that God has called into full time ministry but are still finding it difficult to make the sacrifice.

I also told her that I’ve been crying my eyes out for days because I’ve recently had to make a heart-breaking decision but a God-honouring decision doesn’t go unnoticed by God. I hadn’t even read Maxwell’s quote then.

Are you struggling to make a God-honouring decision‏?… Those who plant in tears will harvest with shouts of joy. They weep as they go to plant their seed, but they sing as they return with the harvest (Psalm 126:5-6 NLT).

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23. July 2015 · Comments Off on DON’T LEAN ON YOUR OWN UNDERSTANDING · Categories: God's Plan, Jesus Christ, Promise, Seedtime and Harvest, Trusting God

Lean on, trust in, and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. In all your ways know, recognize, and acknowledge Him, and He will direct and make straight and plain your paths (Proverbs 3:5-6 AMP).

Just before I left Nigeria a couple of weeks ago, a lady I met in one of the events I ministered in called me to ask for my bank details. She said the Lord asked her to sow a seed into my life. When I received the bank alert, I had to call her to say… “please, I don’t understand how you guys read your money. Can you confirm the amount you just paid in?” I was speechless when she did. I thanked her and thanked God because He is indeed faithful.

So now I’m back in London and last week she asked for my UK number wanting to talk to me. When she called, she started going on about how she struggled to obey the Lord because that money was what she planned to use to promote a movie she had just recently produced. As she was talking, I’m thinking… “Thank God I haven’t spent the money. Just give me your account details and I would transfer it back into your account”. But then she said after she sowed the money, the Lord opened a major door that she would never had otherwise thought possible and that He asked her to sow another seed.

So, here I am thinking okay, you’ve already surprised me with the first amount so there’s no way you can beat that but when I received the bank alert, it was double what she sowed before which has since left me double speechless because just before I left Nigeria, I on the other hand was saying “God, you’ve asked me to leave my job to do your work. I’m going back and I don’t know how I’m going to pay for so, so so. I had no idea where the money was going to come from. I thought I would get here, withdraw that money, add to the money I had but even them, it wasn’t going to be enough. Only to get back and the first phone call I received was from someone else asking if I had checked my UK account. They had paid in the exact amount I needed to meet my bill. Same week, I was going through my heap of letters, only to find a cheque for another amount which meant I was not just able to cover my bill for that month but for the next month. Hmmm… God is so faithful.

Why am I sharing this? Are you struggling to figure things out? There’s no way either myself or this young lady would have seen it coming but like the Message Translation says… Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own. Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go; He’s the one who will keep you on track…

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14. January 2015 · Comments Off on WHAT ARE YOU SOWING TODAY? · Categories: Action, Blessing, Seedtime and Harvest

Then Isaac sowed seed in that land and received in the same year a hundred times as much as he had planted, and the Lord favored him with blessings (Genesis 26.12 AMP).

Yesterday, I was watching a random New Year’s Eve service and as it came to the time when it was only about a few minutes to midnight; you know that time when we do a countdown to the New Year, the pastor rounded up his preaching by telling his congregation something which I thought was pretty amazing and very honest. Rather than saying 2015 is going to be your year of so so and so, they said… to be honest… I don’t know if this year is going to be a great year for you. However, if you put in the effort to do so so and so, then your year would be…so so and so.

I thought that was so brilliant and immediately remembered the above portion of Scripture. Most times, we tend to proclaim that this is your year of so so and so and many just seat there with their hands folded waiting. However, before mentioning the bit about Isaac receiving a hundredfold harvest, the Bible first talks about the fact that Isaac sowed seed.

The Lord appeared to Isaac and made him great promises (Genesis 26:2-6) but Isaac worked hard on the land. He put in the necessary effort and then the Lord blessed him with a bountiful harvest. The book of wisdom (Proverbs) says… Those who work their land will have plenty of food, but the one who chases empty dreams [emptiness] is not wise [lacks sense/heart]… People will be rewarded for what they say [the fruit of their mouth], and they will also be rewarded for what they do [the work of their hands]. (Proverbs 12:11,14 EXB)

What’s the message for us today? Don’t expect a harvest if you are not willing to sow anything… As long as the earth remains, there will be planting and harvest… (Genesis 8:22 NLT)

This also includes other areas…

People will be rewarded for what they say [the fruit of their mouth]…

If today you are planting negative words as seeds; for example you say; “this year is going to be worse than last year or nothing good can come out of this year or this child or spouse of mine is useless and cannot amount to anything…please remember it’s…SEEDTIME AND HARVEST.

If today you are planting seeds of bitterness, unforgiveness, destruction, evil, gossip, strife…please remember it’s…SEEDTIME AND HARVEST.

If today you are planting seeds of bad choices/decisions…please remember it’s…SEEDTIME AND HARVEST.

If today you are planting seeds of love, encouragement, building up, care, peace, hard work, discipline…please remember it’s…SEEDTIME AND HARVEST.

Like the saying goes… ‘Whatever you sow is what you reap’… if you plant tomatoes… don’t expect to reap potatoes… so WHAT ARE YOU SOWING TODAY?

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