It is hot, hot, hot here. Did I tell you it is hot? And humid, and stuffy, typical TN summer weather. But Is it summer yet? I thought it was still spring. Oh well. And we got hay hay hay! I didn’t think this family would ever be tired of hay. You know how ya do something so much you see it when you close your eyes? Well, yep we see hay. After last years drought we prayed there would be so much hay this year that the greedy farmers who were so rude last year wouldn’t be able to sell it all this year. And you know what? God heard us. Now if the price of deisel would go down it would be nice. I was thinking the other day how much work it is to bring in a harvest. It doesn’t matter what kind of harvest it is, you have to get it while it is ripe. There has to be workers and there has to be barns. Or it will be wasted. And only God knows when it will be an over abounding harvest. This is a fruitful year here. More fruit than we can process, more hay than we can cut and put up. And it is only June 7. You cannot rest during harvest season. You cannot prepare. All of that has to be done in advance. There is no planting or pruning once things are ripe, by then, what is done is done.
Are you ready for a harvest in your life?
Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” Matthew 9-37-38