Skills self-assessment is one the most important steps you can take in order to have good success in your job interviews.
Psalms 126:5-6 (NKJV) Those who sow in tears shall reap in joy.
He who continually goes forth weeping, Bearing seed for sowing, Shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, Bringing his sheaves with him
Usually, our times of unemployment are not time of great rejoicing. They are rather times filled with anxieties about our future. For some people, they are even times of despair.
In the verses above, a picture is painted of someone who is in distress (tears) but who is determined to sow seed anyway, despite his unfavorable conditions.
The verses carry a powerful promise of turnaround in the circumstances of the person. The end condition of the person is very positive, he gets the results (harvest) of his action (sowing) and he is filled with joy.
I hope you are greatly encouraged by these verses. This is a psalm for job interview.
“But wait a minute, Does sowing seed in tears have anything to do with job interview?” I can imagine the question in the mind of many.
Let’s extract together the amazing treasures contained in these verses. By the time we finish, you will see the connection.
A seed is something valuable, that you decide to put in the ground, in the hope that it will produce results for you. The results are much greater than the seed itself.
If you are currently unemployed, and in distress about your condition, then you are the sower in tears.
Now the next question is: what is the seed?
Before answering the question, let me insure you that you have a seed. Actually, you have many seeds.
What I mean is that you have many valuable things inside of you that are potential seeds that can be sowed.
To discover these seeds, you have to follow one of these skills self-assessment processes.
If you follow the powerful principle taught in these verses, you will see a complete turnaround in your situation.
You will see a positive outcome and will rejoice.