On the second day of the devotional, we asked you to examine your habits in the context of Galatians 6:7-9. On this final day of this devotional, we want you to read that scripture again and ask yourself, do you like what you’re reaping?
If you don’t like what you’re reaping, you need to change what you’re sowing. Martin Luther lived out a bold faith which consistently placed him in the midst of controversy. He was excommunicated by the Pope because he questioned the actions of the church. In this time, this was a dangerous way to live because these actions put his personal safety at risk, as he could have been subjected to persecution, arrest, or even execution.
We may not be facing execution, arrest, or even persecution, but even if we do, we can rely on the scripture that we end on today and take this scripture to heart.