Do not deceive yourselves: God is not mocked; for whatever a man shall sow, that also shall he reap. Galatians 6:7
Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.2 Corinthians 9:6
As I have observed, those who plow evil and those who sow trouble reap it. Job 4:8
Your actions of today determine your future. If life, death, healing, sickness, poverty and prosperity, insecurity, confidence and protection are in the power of the tongue, than you can surely determine whether you are going to be prosperous or live in poverty. You can also decide whether or not I enjoy perfect health. If you confess or speak the word on healing, prosperity, long life, protection and believe in your heart, that the word has already done, what it says it would do, you will be healed, prosper, live long and be protected. If you confess or speak sickness, poverty, death and insecurity and believe in your heart, that those conditions will occur in your life, you will stay sick, poor, die prematurely and live a life of insecurity. The choice is yours.
It is true that people only say it when they want to manipulate or instill fear but to reap what you sow is actually uplifting news for those who sow good deeds, but real bad news for those involved in sinful and ungodly activities. Think about it for a moment: You cannot harvest apple when you sow orange. The principle of seeds and harvest is God's law therefore irrevocable; there is no escape, either for the believer or for the unbeliever. It is a law of life. So what are you sowing today? Are you sowing pride? Have you been sowing the word of God? Are you sowing love? Have you been sowing words of discouragement? Are you supportive? Can your friends count on you? Are you sowing joy? What would your friend say about you? Are you one of these people who changes so much that your friends don't even recognize you sometimes? Do you even have friends? Remember that you are a soldier of Christ Jesus. He should be your example in every way. God keep all of His promises. God is true. His Word of Promise is sure. In all His relations with His people God is faithful. No one ever yet really trusted Him in vain. We find this precious truth expressed almost everywhere in the Scriptures. God's people need to know that faithfulness is an essential part of the Divine character. It is the basis of our confidence in Him. But it is one thing to accept the faithfulness of God as a Divine truth, it is quite another to act upon it and applying it in our lives. God has given us many promises, but are we counting on His fulfillment of them? Are we actually expecting Him to be true to His Word?
Be one of these people friends turn to first when in need. Don't hide from your friends because you suspect that they might be in needs. Don't wait until they have called you numerous times to be there for them. Sow seeds of friendship, sow seeds of love, and sow seed of joy and comfort. Sow seed of kindness. Sow peace. Sow loyalty and harmony. Do not run at first sign of trouble. Be an encourager. Sow seed of limitless patience. Sow the word of God and be blessed.
Praise the Lord!