Long before I was ever exposed to the book of Galatians in the New Testament, I had heard the saying “you reap what you sow.” I have come to understand that there is a truth behind this saying. Recently, someone shared with me that it was important for people to tell their torch song, that woe is me song, that somebody done me wrong song. I told them that the only thing that needed to happen with the torch song is that it needed to be torched. See when we sow our torch song and focus on all that we think is wrong with our lives, what we reap are more things that are wrong with our life.
Conversely, when we focus on the positives and the blessings in our lives, then we reap more of those in life. One of the things I have learned is that we really do reap what we sow. If I am going to sing any song, it is going to be my praise song, my what I have overcome, what I have to be grateful for, how blessed I am song. What I have come to realize in my life is that it is this positive energy, attitude, and momentum, which carries me through.
That is not to say that those who vibrate this positive energy do not go through challenging times in their lives. Like everyone else they experience losses, they grieve, they go through illnesses, and anything else life can place along their journey. The difference seems to be how they move through these events.
The process is the process. If you lose faith, voice fear, focus on what is wrong, try to cut corners, or lose focus, then don’t blame the process because you did not maintain your discipline. Staying positive requires discipline. It requires that one trust the process and know that all is going to be okay
If you want to manifest something in your life, then you have to put forth the effort to make it happen. You have to see it, taste it, feel it, hear it, and be able to touch it in your mind and take steps to make it happen in reality. Hold on to the vision. When you put forth the energy to manifest it, then it will become and you will reap what you sow.
When we trust the process, we will reap what we sow. We have to be intentional about what we sow, so we have control over what we reap.