And much of today has been determined by yesterday.
“If you won’t plow in the cold, you won’t eat in the harvest.” Solomon
Though we are often told not to regret the actions of yesterday, nor to hinder ourselves today, with the worries of tomorrow, though there are consequences of our actions today.
Consequences that could enhance our successful future.
Take five minutes today and look ahead to tomorrow.
Take a look out over the horizon of the next twenty four hours and plant today what you hope to harvest tomorrow.
It may be as simple as placing two additional phone calls.
It may be using tomorrow as a catalyst for the following day.
Take five preparatory steps today to impact your future.
Literally write out those hopes you wish to plant now so that they might be fulfilled then.
No one else need know.
But it is critical that you know that you have planted into the ground that which will grow and be shared and enjoyed by others.
Much like God has done in our lives.
He has planted those things within us that he hopes will grow and be seen in us by others.
Gifts, talents, skills that are being developed.
Call it genetics.
Call it biological predetermination.
Or you can state it for what it is.
In each of us has been planted a specific purpose today.
So that others might benefit from that purpose tomorrow.
“I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in your will bring it to completion…” Philippians 1:6