“Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest latter.”-- Og Mandino
I remember years ago, I asked a gentleman about the corn he was planting. The gentleman explained to me that the one kernel of corn he put in the ground if it received the proper fertilization and proper rain, would come up in 120 days and be ready for harvest. He also stated that from one kernel there would be a stalk of corn that had two ears on it and each ear would have approximately 500 kernels on it. I was so amazed that one little kernel could produce so much! You see it is called the law of harvest. Another thing that is interesting is that you don’t reap as soon as you plant, the harvest always comes at a later date. What you sow you will reap one day if it is good or if it is bad. This week do your best at everything you do because the harvest will come one day!
Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. --Galatians 6:7