****STAY TRUE TO YOURSELF****
''Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.'' Galatians 6:7
We proceed from where we stopped yesternight. we are examining Self Deception and how to steer clear from it. The worst form of deception is that which we subject ourselves to knowingly and unknowingly. Today we examine Galatians, see what the Amplified version says:
''Do not be DECEIVED and DELUDED and MISLED; God will not allow Himself to be SNEERED AT (Scorned, Disdained, OR Mocked by MERE PRETENSIONS or PROFESSIONS, or BY HIS PRECEPTS BEING SET ASIDE.) [He INEVITABLY DELUDES HIMSELF WHO ATTEMPTS TO DELUDE GOD.] FOR WHATEVER a MAN SOWS, THAT AND THAT ONLY IS WHAT HE WILL REAP.''
For every action there's a consequence. You can cheat your boss, your spouse, your friends in business, or in relationship but really you deceive no one but yourself. It says be not deceived, deluded or misled. Esau thought he could eat his cake and have it, he was a fornicator and profane person, he despised his birthright and in the end he sought even with tears to receive the birthright but was denied. He was merely reaping what he sowed. No one plants mango trees and reaps cashew nuts from it.
What are you doing? Everyman is a farmer on the land of destiny, what seeds are you sowing daily? What thoughts are you thinking? What's your attitude to people around you? More shocking is this: Whether you're deliberately sowing seeds or not you are actually Sowing. If you sow nothing you'd reap nothing. Are you sowing to your flesh or to your spirit? Your flesh would make you a slave to sin while your Spirit makes you fit to attain destiny.
WHATEVER A MAN SOWS, THAT AND THAT ONLY IS WHAT HE WILL REAP
PRAYER: Lord, give me seeds, help me to maximise my life daily in Jesus Name. Amen.
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