03 September 2022: RECOGNISING SEEDTIME (2) – Luke 5:1-6

Yesterday, we started to see how accuracy in time is a crucial trigger to the journey into Kingdom’s financial abundance. We will look at more points on when you are to sow your seed today.

7. When you need to end a season of dryness in your life, a seed could make a difference. In Luke 5:1-6, Simon and other fishermen had toiled all night and Jesus made an unusual request of their ship to teach afterwards. Jesus said to Simon, “Launch out into the deep, and let down your nets for a draught.” As he obeyed, they enclosed a great multitude of fishes: and their net brake. Peter yielded his boat as a seed and God ended a season of dryness in his life.

8. In Genesis 27:2-4, Isaac was to release patriarchal blessing upon Esau. Isaac requested savoury meat such as he loved, that he may eat, so his soul might bless Esau.

There is a strange truth about the blessing: you provoke it by the right acts. One of the most potent acts of triggering the blessing is a special seed. When you need to provoke the blessing of a father as Jacob eventually did unto Isaac, sow a seed – Gen. 27:27-29.

9. Whenever you meet a man of God. Don’t ever let a man of God leave your presence empty-handed. The appearance of men of God in your life or across your path is always a manifestation of divine arrangements. They are times of special seeds. Never again miss the opportunity of sowing seeds to the men of God you meet.

PRAYER: Lord, let vain labour in my financial life end. I join my life to the experience of the return of the double boat (Luk. 5:7) in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Ecclesiastes 4:1-6:12; 2 Corinthians 6:14-7:7; Psalm 47:1-9; Proverbs 22:16

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