13 September 2022: APPLYING THE TRUTH OF SEEDTIME AND GIVING BIBLICALLY (1) – Ephesians 4:28; Luke 6:38; Philippians 4:15-20

Over the next few days, we will look at how to apply the truth of seedtime correctly. To do this, you must first recognise that there are two major types of giving or two significant goals of giving. I am talking of giving as sowing seeds.

a. Giving to be a blessing
This is giving downwards or mercy-giving. Offerings such as alms, acts of mercy, and giving to those in need fall under this category. This type of giving depends on your emotion of mercy and it’s giving to those in need to release God’s mercy. You cannot express mercy unless you have faith. You can’t express the blessing unless you are blessed. You must first be blessed before you can be a blessing.

b. Giving to be blessed
This giving is the type I call “giving upwards”.

This is faith-giving and it depends on revelation and faith. This is the key type of giving for anyone that wants to tap into the fullness of the seed-harvest truth.

It refers to giving to those carrying the blessing you need – in order to turn your divine promise(s) into reality.

Giving to be a blessing is the giving that becomes the answer to the receiver’s prayer while the second type of giving is an answer to the giver’s prayer and faith.

PRAYER: Father, I thank You for the power You have given me to get wealth. Open my eyes to see when and where I have to give to be a blessing and when and where I have to give to be blessed in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Isaiah 12:1-14:32; 2 Corinthians 13:1-14; Psalm 57:1-11; Proverbs 23:9-11

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