What Honeybees and Christians Have in CommonBlog / Produced by The High Calling
"A honeybee may travel up to twelve miles from the hive to obtain pollen or nectar. As she forages for nectar, she will visit up to 1500 flowers to fill her bee-sized stomach with a miniscule 70 milligrams of nectar. In her lifetime, she will produce a mere 1/10 teaspoon of honey," writes Pastor Joseph Whiting in the Lake Country News Chronicle. "Maybe you feel exhausted right now. Do you sometimes feel that the hard work you do goes unnoticed and unappreciated? Be comforted that the Lord is taking note of your pains as you faithfully serve Him. Labor accomplished through faith and obedience to God will always bear fruit."