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Don’t Forget to Reap Your Harvest


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Don’t forget to reap your harvest!

Even while you are busy sowing seeds and working to nurture growing crops in various aspects of you Work, somewhere in your family and your Work are seeds you’ve previously planted that are now ready to be harvested.

Another angel came out of the temple, crying out in a loud voice to the one who was seated on the cloud, “Use your sickle and reap, for the time to reap has come, since the harvest of the earth is ripe. Revelation 15:15

Don’t get so busy nurturing a new crop of plans that you overlook and fail to reap the harvest in front of you: a harvest that is ripe and ready for you.

Activate Your Biblicilcally-Sound Business Thinking

Make today the day you pause what you’re doing. And then, take this pause to be intentionally grateful for dreams manifested and goodness that has come through what God called you to create through your Work or within your family.

Decide today to be intentional about harvesting what is ripe, even while continuing to sow and nurture what is to come.

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2 Responses to “Don’t Forget to Reap Your Harvest

  • I love Revelation 15:15. Such a great message, always something to keep in mind often, especially when taking on new projects.

  • Love this message. Focus on what you have now too, and not forget your potential right in front of you 🙂

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