There is certainly someone who has encouraged you! Do you also know the opposite? Negative things are harder to digest, that’s why elderly folks talk about how they were embarrassed by the teacher. After such a long time, the embarrassment is there.
Words are powerful. However, we are still responsible for what we do with the “seeds” that are planted in our lives. Do we accept them as truth in our life or are we purposefully rejecting them?
Do we seed truth? Are my words spiced up with love and respect? What we say and ultimately believe has consequences that fall back on us.
It is worthwhile to critically assess the way we talk and to reject lies purposefully. From now on, seed peace, joy and love. Congratulations to a joyful, good harvest!
“… for whatever a man sows, this he will also reap.”Galatians 6:7b
Scripture of the week: Galatians 6:1-10
What do you seed today and what do you sow in the future?