As the quote above says, we are to shine not for our own glory, but to point others toward the Lord ... even if, sometimes, we never know the effect we have.
I was reminded of this idea when I read Rory Feek’s recent blog post about how although his wife Joey is so sick with cancer, she is still overseeing efforts for lots of (literal) seeds to be planted. Though she knows she may not see the harvest (but I hope she will!), it’s important to her to keep on planting, as she has done every year.
When we plant seeds in the lives of others, we may see the harvest, but we may not … we just have to trust the Father to bring a good crop in His timing.
A thought from the Word...
In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.
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