People look for their success and abundance elsewhere, but generally it is right under our noses, within our reach!
The ‘ground’ we have, our life as it is has ‘much food’ in it, if we will cultivate it instead of leaving it ‘fallow’.
People fail to ‘cultivate’ their ‘ground’, because they don’t believe they have much. They believe everyone else has ‘gifts and talent’ except themselves. Believe in what you have!
Ground is fallow because the farmer doesn’t work it, weeding it, ploughing it, planting seeds, tending crops, reaping harvests.
We must take whatever we have and cultivate it – this is our pathway to being effective in life and ministry.