Daily Inspiration, December 12th, 2019


“Here’s my point. A stingy sower will reap a meager harvest, but the one who sows from a generous spirit will reap an abundant harvest.” (II Corinthians 9: 6, the Passion Translation)

Good point! Yes, we have to invest in the things that we want to prosper. If we aren’t willing to put our hearts into what we do, our return will likely be small and unfulfilling.

Likewise, if we are selfish about our pursuits, holding all we have close to us protectively or competitively, we may keep what we have but we won’t truly flourish in the qualities that generate abundance and satisfaction and peace and joy.

As we share what we have—the gifts and talents as well as the time, commitment, devotion, love—we will naturally feel the benefits of that investment. Our goodness is not a personal possession. It is a rich inheritance of God and so it can and must be utilized generously. Spreading our wealth of kindness, nurturing our higher goals with dedication, and being open to receiving from others as well, will cause us to grow, to fulfill God’s purpose for us.

This generous cultivation reaps a bountiful harvest, and one that is pure, beautiful, and continues to multiply for us and blesses our world as well.


Would you like to explore ideas like these further and really incorporate them into your life? I offer one-on-one discovery sessions, designed to bring clarity and invite more joy and power and purpose into your life TODAY. I’d love to talk with you! Feel free to contact me at lauramoliter@gmail.com and I can tell you more.

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About LauraMoliter

I'm a Divine Purpose Coach and Spiritual Activist. I'm also a poet, a Christian healer, as well as a singer/songwriter and a member of the band Rare Birds in Flight. I live in Austin, Texas, with my husband, Billy. I am also an identical twin.
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