During the last 3 broadcasts of “Preparing To Provide”, we’ve been discussing seeds, primarily vegetable seeds. But as important as seeds are for growing food, there are some seeds that I feel are much more important. So as we prepare for Christmas, I’d like to talk about the seeds that we sow each day by our actions. In everything that we say and do, we plant a seed. It can be as simple as saying hello to a stranger, paying for someone else’s meal in a restaurant, or calling the owner of a lost dog after seeing the phone number on the dogs caller. In each case, it’s possible that you may never see that person again. But you don’t know what the future holds. There may come a time or situation where you desperately need help, and one of those people remembers how you had helped them. Or they may show up at your door one day with a gift of thanks. You just never know how things will play out. But one thing is certain; you can’t reap a bountiful harvest without first planting the seeds. I have numerous accounts of harvests that showed up when I least expected them. And they are always right on time.
Now, I don’t want this to be all about me. I’d like to hear from some of you. It would be great if you could call into the show and share your experiences. Simply dial 347-202-0228 to talk about the little things that you did, and how you were blessed with a harvest later on. With so much negativity in the world today, encouraging stories can be really helpful. I think we all have plenty of instances where our acts of kindness have been rewarded and often many times over. If you’re unable to call in during the show, and would like to share your story, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll make sure that your story is heard.
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