Somebody’s always watching.
Sometimes it can feel like your labor is in vain. You can feel as though you’re sowing and sowing, and the more you sow, the harder it gets. You can feel overwhelmed and even begin to feel weary because you know that you’ve sown good seed, but you don’t see much fruit- stay in faith.
Your works are not in vain and God didn’t give you your gifts by mistake.
Anytime you are honoring God, He smiles on that.
You don’t have to be the best at something, just do your best, and God will do the rest.
The amount of support, likes, followers, and “love” from people isn’t an accurate depiction of the manifestation of your fruit- look deeper.
Sometimes the manifestation of your fruit is in the salvation of your kids. Sometimes it’s in that one person who life has been forever changed by seeing your post. Sometimes it’s in that person who was battling depression but saw a video you posted and it helped them regain hope.
You see, multiple doesn’t always mean fruitful. It’s all about being planted in good soil.
If you touch one person’s life, that one person can touch two more people, and those two people can touch four people, and your fruit can multiply that way.
So, don’t be depressed by what you see or don’t see.
People may not always respond the way you’d like, but just because they don’t respond, doesn’t mean you’re not reaching who you’re supposed to reach.
Your work is not in vain, and anytime you are doing anything from the heart to positively benefit others and not just yourself- God is in the mix.
So, continue to do good. You are fruitful. Don’t get caught up in numbers, continue to focus on making a positive impact. Let God focus on the fruit, you just focus on being faithful.
Again, somebody is always watching, and whether you know it or not, I’m here to remind you that people need you.
Keep going and God bless.
Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.