Even when the weather is cold, the air is brisk, and the green grass is beginning to become dormant, start planting. I know it certainly may seem strange but it isn't. Just because the seasons are changing doesn't mean that its time to quit planting. We have to plant seeds in order to get a harvest, even in the cold seasons. We can let the devil's complacency by one season of plenty make us forget there is still more work "we can" do. While others are taking it easy, this should be our time to sow again. This time, sow new seeds: volunteerism, entrepreneurship, education, love or even forgiveness.
It's during this season if we plant now we will have a harvest during the time everyone else is looking to plant. But keep in mind, winter seeding is hard work. We have to want to do it. It takes making the time ready the cold soil, caring to water them when our hands are about to freeze, and patience to fertilize the dew-frosted ground. But once completed, our crop tending will gain a great result and equal a great year of plenty. Even in the spring you'll be energized and ready to plant again. But unlike our counterparts, we would have gotten fat from our winter's blessing because we would have had an additional harvest compared to their one. Start planting initiative seeds in the winter, for a bountiful reaping in the spring.
"[Remember] this: he who sows sparingly and grudgingly will also reap sparingly and grudgingly, and he who sows generously [ that blessings may come to someone] will also reap generously and with blessings." 2 Corinthians 9:6 (AMP)