Agrarian economies still dominate a good part of the world. Planting and harvesting are important times of the year. They impact the livelihood of many people, and how good the harvest is, or isn't, impacts everyone.
Our economy in America is more diverse. In years past, we were considered an industrial economy with an agrarian backbone. But now, technology and its counterparts created an industry of its own. Most Americans only see the effect of a good or bad harvest when it affects food prices. Unless you live in a part of the country where agriculture is king, you probably don't know when harvest time is.
Jesus' followers knew when harvest time was and what that meant—hard work. (continue reading)
This is a guest post on Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale's blog called Spiritual Laborers (click the link for the rest of this devotional)
Next week I'll continue the study in Proverbs