Which Farmer Are You?

ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE!

You are going to need courage. It takes courage to believe.

I heard a story about two farmers while watching Facing The Giants and wanted to share it with you. I don’t know where you are with the things you want to accomplish in life. I want to encourage you to keep preparing despite the drought, if you are experiencing a drought. Well, the story of the farmers goes like this: There were two farmers who were praying to God for rain but after weeks of praying one of the farmers went ahead and prepare his farm. He planted his seeds as he continued to pray while the other farmer just prayed and wait. Which farmer believed that he was going to get the rain? Which farmer are you?

Sometimes in life to show that we believe we have to keep preparing ourselves because we know not exactly when that which we want most (opportunity) in life is going to show up. That is to say, you never want your shower of rain to come and your seeds are not yet in the ground ready to be nourished.

You don’t know when but don’t let the drought stop you because the sky may by about to burst.

Today was the first time seeing this movie Facing The Giants and I wasn’t planning to write. This is the course it takes whenever I said I am not going to write. I hope the post is a blessing to someone.

Believe despite your circumstances.

IT IS POSSIBLE TO GO BEYOND LIMITATIONS. IT MAY NOT BE EASY, BUT IT IS POSSIBLE.

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THE BEST IS STILL WITHIN YOU

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2 responses to “Which Farmer Are You?

  1. Christopher Robin, I do beeve it would help the illusion if you opened your umbrella, and said Tut – tut, looks like rain!

  2. Planting seeds is a great analogy to new beginnings in life, in career, in professional networking and more…it all starts with planting seeds! The power and the beauty is in watching tiny seedlings grow…and grow…and grow!

    Thank you once again Richard for the encouragement and insight you share with us every day!

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