The Effects of Observing The Wind

  • You will never sow because there may never be a convenient time (Eccl. 11:4; cons. Job 14:1). If you do not sow, you have noting to reap (Gal. 6:7; Pro. 14:23).  The result is spiritual, academic and material poverty (const. 2Pt. 1:5-9; Pro. 12:24; 24:30-34).   Such Christian will remain beneath only.


  • You can never come to a conclusive end even after beginning a great task (Pro. 12:27). Such Christians are wasters.  They readily get discouraged, backslid and  throw in the towel (Num. 13:27,28).  This category can never please God (Jn. 8:29; Heb. 10:38,39).


Counsel For The Wise

The Lord’s counsel is never mind the wind, but sow every moment (Eccl. 11:6).  So, sow seed of righteousness, prayers, evangelism, diligent in whatever you are doing… etc and you will reap bountifully because the God of harvest will bless the work of your hands. (Pro. 14:23; Gal. 6:7,8). May you be given the grace to reap in Jesus’ name.  Amen.



  • When can we say a child of God and Christian student is observing the wind?


  • What are the likely consequence of observing the wind?


  • How can he over come it?


  • Explain God’s counsel to the Christian student and youth.


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