Making hay is not as easy as it sounds.
When the sun's up, and the grass is high, it's time to cut hay. After it's cut, it needs 2–3 days with no rain, to cure. After it's cured properly, then you can bale it into either square bales or round bales. When all that is done, it can finally be put in a barn for shelter.
Farmers will cancel everything else on their agenda, to get the job done before the rain comes. The last thing they want is to lose a good cutting. For that reason, other farm chores are put on hold to be done later. It's an urgent rush with diligent, hard work to get all the hay bailed before a rainstorm comes and destroys it.
Do Christians take the same amount of urgency and diligent hard work, when it comes to witnessing to the lost?
All Christians would agree, that if a lost, unregenerate sinner dies without Christ as their personal Saviour, they would end up in hell. I hope that concerns you? If it doesn't, then I'm concerned ABOUT YOU!
I don't know of any farmer who isn't concerned about a storm coming that would destroy his hay. Likewise, all Christians should be concerned about death coming that would destroy those lost and without Christ.
Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
If you're a farmer, go MAKE HAY!
If you're a Christian, go MAKE DISCIPLES!