Harvest of Ones Own Sowing
This is the bitterest of allto know that suffering need not have been; that it has resulted from indiscretion and inconsistency; that it is the harvest of ones own sowing; that the vulture which feeds on the vitals is a nestling of ones own rearing. Ah me! This is pain! There is an inevitable Nemesis in life. The laws of the heart and home, of the soul and human life, cannot be violated with impunity. Sin may be forgiven; the fire of penalty may be changed into the fire of trial: the love of God may seem nearer and dearer than ever and yet there is the awful pressure of pain; the trembling heart; the failing of eyes and pining of soul; the harp on the willows; the refusal of the lip to sing the Lords song.