It’s starting to look a lot like harvest….
And it’s only the 26th of May…
There have been a few combines cutting in our county the last couple of days…
Seems so funny. We are close to a month early!
It’s busy. It’s hectic. It’s hot. It’s dusty.
Yet, there is something special and alluring about it. It is amazing to watch the grain roll into the combines, flow into the grain cart, transfer to the truck and be dumped into the grate at the grain elevator.
And a blessing to us. A huge blessing. Our paycheck comes from these bushels as they are harvested from the field and taken to town. Our year of work and sweat and hope. Hope for a bountiful harvest!
I tell you the truth, unless a kernel of wheat is planted in the soil and dies, it remains alone. But its death will produce many new kernels—a plentiful harvest of new lives.