The fullness of harvest has finally come. Seasons will soon be changing as the days continue to shorten and the nights grow longer. We will not be able to go back and sow; and what we have sown we are going to reap.
The law of the harvest does not change, and as there are rules that are written into the harvest of nature, there are rules in spiritual harvests.
II Corinthians 9:6 “You will reap proportionally to what you have sown.” If you sow little, you reap little. If you sow much, you reap much.
Galatians 6:7 “Whatever you sow you reap.” You don’t sow corn and reap oats.
Galatians 6:8 “You reap where you sow.” You don’t sow in one field, and reap in another. If you sow to the flesh, you will reap in the flesh. If you sow in the spirit, you will reap in the spirit.
Hebrews 11:25 “You reap in another season that you sow in.” Moses chose not to enjoy the pleasures of sin for the season he was in.
Will we be filled with regrets? I wish I had done more sowing. I wish I had sown differently. I fear for what I’m going to reap.
In John 4, Jesus told us that the season of harvest is right now. In the spiritual realm there is no wrong time to sow either.
Where does the sower sow? In the field which is the world. We sow into men’s hearts. We even water what we’ve sown; but God brings the increase.
What is God sowing into your heart?
What new things is He planting in you?
Are you yielding to what God wants to do through you?
Is your heart soft or hard, stony or clear, weed ridden or clean?
God sows too!
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