Driven by the same aspiration, people in different social settings could have different achievements, while with the same accomplishments, people with different backgrounds could be motivated by different thoughts. Then how do we interpret the ancient wisdom “We reap what we sowed.”? In reality, selfish ambition could make a medical doctor a good name, while justice and mercy could also make a lawyer popular. So how do we explain the Bible teaching “A man reaps what he sows.—Galatians 6:7″? Perhaps the “sow and reap” principle refers not to visible accomplishments but invisible personal qualities. It is again like a lawyer who is driven by selfish ambition is certainly a selfish, ambitious lawyer and a medical doctor who strives for justice and mercy is certainly a just and merciful medical doctor. The meaning of the verse “Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.- Galatians 6:8” becomes crystal clear. It is the principle of the cultivation of people’s inner quality. Today’s world is full of selfish authorities, but in the Lord’s perspective, it is always short of servant leaders who are obedient to the Bible’s teachings.