LAST Monday evening I was travelling from Badsey to Malvern and on every road I encountered slow moving tractors with trailers and also a couple of combines.
On the roads which I was using, there are limited places to safely overtake such long vehicles, unless you have a ‘souped-up’ car, or the driver has a very ‘heavy right boot’.
Then, of course, I was reminded that it is Harvest Time for the farmers to bring in their crops.
No doubt we should be thankful that the farmers are not still using horses and carts.
In the beginning of the Bible, after the Great Flood, God gives us this promise.
“As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease”.
Sadly, in some parts of the world, because of man’s intervention, the ‘seedtime and harvest’ does not always exist, but God’s promise still stands firm and sure if only mankind would keep his part of the bargain to take good care of this beautiful earth.
The greater promise from God, comes through the Life, Death and Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ, because through it we can be assured of Eternal Life when we turn to Him for salvation.
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