If no one interferes with the law of sowing and reaping, we learn to make wise choices through our words and actions.


I find myself where quandaries abound. I consider situations of a few of my closest companions. So many of their thoughts during altercations remain in the dark and consequences are suffered as sure as the sun rises, yet they persist. Why can’t we follow God’s glorified communion as He so intended?

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The serpent tempted Eve when she was alone and wandering through the garden. Satan used exaggerations and twists of words to change God’s character within Eve’s mind. Likewise, we converse with assumptions and over exaggerations when swords are drawn. Rebuttals exclaim the deepest feelings and God is nowhere to be found here. Tempers thrive in disagreement and its consequences evolve in the light of night. Eyes are opened wide in response, so I must ask…. should anyone venture where consequences rest? Do ultimatums pay as we flagrantly control what God has instilled in us?



Our behavior on earth will have consequences in heaven whether good or bad. The Bible speaks of all the details of our lives being held in recorded books. Each of us will give an account to God for our actions. Greater attention will be given to those lives that have taught us about goodness and less attention will be given to the lives that spoke or displayed wickedness.

There exists a law of sowing and reaping. It is better explained in Wikipedia as the personal consequences of one’s actions being in proportion to the good or bad intentions towards others.

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You see, God gives us the gift of choice. If no one interferes with the law of sowing and reaping, we learn to make wise choices through our words and actions. When allowed to suffer consequences, we learn from them because a loss of something or someone dear to us, will cause a change in behavior. In other words, turn the other cheek when tensions rise.

And now as the sun rises high above argumentative situations and the consequences, let us pray for them, love them, and ask God to bless their heart. Allow God’s Spirit to convict them for only God can grant them repentance.

Author: Dana Bicks LLC, Author

What you are reading on my website is the result of a miracle from God. I am not a writer, though I am a messenger. God took a very dyslexic guy from Severna Park, Maryland, who never read or wrote a thing, and told me I was going to write messages to share with others. I do not have a degree, and English was my poorest subject. Trust me, it's only through God that I write. As you read, understand that we all have the ability to receive the gifts that Christ would like us to have, gifts from God. It happened to me, it can happen to you. Let God enter your soul and rule your spirit!

5 thoughts on “Consequences”

  1. Wonderful reminder of the th principle of reaping what you sow. In regards to Eve, Genesis 3:6 tells us that her husband was with her and he ate of the fruit when she offered it to him. It does not indicate that Adam intervened in the conversation between the serpent and Eve, so I do not know why he kept silent. Please forgive me. I struggled with if I should write this comment.


    1. Good afternoon,
      I truly enjoy the dialog as we are all brothers in Christ. Never lay in doubt as faith and fear can not occupy the same mind. But as far as your analogy I believe the serpent came to Eve while she was alone. (Her weakest time) That’s why Adam did not intercede.
      Thanks for following my blog, feel free to share, God bless you my friend , Dana


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