Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Some folks grow old  gracefully , while others become grouchy and ill-tempered. But If we know which way we're growing, then it will be easy to handle the truth of growing old. People don't get irritable and short tempered because they're getting older, rather aging doesn't give us excuse to become hypercritical and cranky. It's more likely what we've becoming all along.

Whatever a man sows, that he will also reap. Galatians 6:7 . Those who ponder to self - interest and think only of themselves are sowing seeds that will produce a harvest of misery in themselves and others.On the other hand, those who love God and care for others are sowing seeds that in time will yield a harvest of joy. We can choose to submit our wills to God each day by asking him to give us strength to live for Him and for others. As He works in us. If we going to put God as our foundation in sowing, the questions : Which way I am growing ? can never be a burden to us.


Nikel Khor said...

grow up not grow old..ppl never old with experince

Mabel Low said...

We gotta becareful with what fruits we'll bare next time during the harvest. I always remind myself with this;

Will the Lord, when He returns, turn to me and say "Is there nothing that i can reap from you?"

Learning is a lifetime process. The experienced are still exposed to the probability of turning their back towards Him. Unless we continue to rely on Him and be thankful, there is no way we can bear any fruit.

God Bless!

burn078 said...

I do believe in this saying, what you sow, is what you will reap. If only people will just put this in action, then we will not be facing so much problems.