“a Lamp to my feet. a Light for my path.” – Galatians 6:7-8




What a man sows, he reaps.

If he sows in the field of self-indulgence

he will get a harvest of corruption out of it;

if he sows in the field of the Spirit

he will get from it a harvest of eternal life.

– Galatians 6:7-8





There are some who live as if the Lord will not be asking them to render an account, some day.

They live as if they could deceive God.


I reap what I sow,

and I will receive the con­se­quences of my actions – be they pos­i­tive or negative.


There are the deeds of our sin­ful nature and of the fruits of the Spirit,

which are in complete contrast and mutually incompatible.


Even though self-indulgence might ‘feel good’ for a short time, it is short-lived,

and it will ulti­mately pro­vide neg­a­tive con­se­quences.


Sowing in the field of self-indulgence

will only reap destruc­tion, decay, and sep­a­ra­tion from God.


But, if I sow in the field of the Spirit, planting the fruit of the Spirit,

I will gain what is most pre­cious – I will inherit eter­nal life.


Yes, I reap what I sow.


[another source for today’s reflection was www.imperishableinheritance.com]





My Lord, my God,

it is You I truly yearn for.


Forgive me, Lord,

for those dreadful moments of self-indulgence, self-pity, and self-righteousness

– when I blocked out Your voice, Your counsel, Your loving concern,

and Your love.


Lord, help me, please help me

to only sow the fruit of Your Spirit

– love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness,

faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.


Lord, please have mercy on me, a sinner.


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