Leaving it to Die

God warns us not to grow weary in well doing…

After we are saved and change we want to see others have the same experience as we did.

We start to plant seeds in people’s lives.

We plant seeds in people’s lives that have needs and are lost.

People with needs may not want to be found.

This doesn’t mean you give up on them.

When we start planting seeds in people’s lives the seeds might not grow as fast as we like them to.

Some seeds might need more attention.

Some seeds might need more water while others might need more the weeds pulled away from them .

We can not grow weary when people require our attention or continuously needing us.

We have to be selfless.

Don’t leave the seeds to die or not grow at all.

Nurture the seeds.

And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.

(Galatians 6:9)

Book recommendation for this topic : Attitude 101

9 replies to “Leaving it to Die

  1. Nice analogies. God doesn’t give us all people, but He does give us some people. It’s our responsibility to be obedient in giving them the fruits God has grown in us, for them.

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