Since moving to our new home a few years ago, I have become quite the gardener. I am learning the best times to plants the seeds and how starting them earlier inside gives the plants a better chance to grow. All these things aside, it comes back to the seed. In order for it to grow, it must be planted. The same principle is true in our own lives. If we are longing to leave a mighty oak legacy for the next generation, then we have to plant the seeds of faith throughout our life.
The first thing we need to ask ourselves is; what are we planting?
This is a portion of an article that I have featured on Encouragement Café and Crosswalk today. I would love for you to read and then come back and share your thoughts in the comment section. If you stopped by because you read my devotion today over at Encouragement Cafe, WELCOME! So glad you are here!
After reading the entire article, I encourage you to answer the following questions:
- How much time do you spend in God’s Word every week? Look at your schedule and see how you can carve out time to devote to spending in the Word.
- Take a look at the things in your life that are not essential and start making changes this week.
- What values would you like to leave behind for the next generation?