16 September 2022: APPLYING THE TRUTH OF SEEDTIME AND GIVING BIBLICALLY (3) – Genesis 8:22; 2 Kings 4:8-17

oday, I want us to look at two more steps you must master to apply the truth of seedtime fruitfully.

For the third step, you must provoke the blessing by:
(a) Recognising the carrier;
(b) Receiving his or her words into your heart; and
(c) Sowing your seed into his life or work.

The fourth and final step is that you must recognise your time to sow. Notice what the Bible says in Genesis 8:22: it is about “seedtime not harvest time”. This is critically significant. Don’t miss your opportunity to sow.

The great woman of Shunem in 2 Kings 4 saw her opportunity and grabbed it. The blessing, not her money, cancelled the curse for her. She had money but lacked the blessing (in the form of the anointing). Abraham also had the promise but needed the blessing. He also saw his seedtime linked to Melchizedek’s appearance.

God gave man the seed to provoke the blessing. So, you must study what constitutes the seed, the blessing, and the harvest.

Everyone needs to meet the carrier or carriers of his/her blessing and sow seeds.

People mostly give downwards but if you will receive the blessing, you need to give upwards. God brings those in need across the paths of those carrying the blessing and opens their eyes to see. Lack of revelation of the carrier leads to missed opportunities and missed seed times. To be blessed, you need to give upwards not downwards.

PRAYER: Father, I thank You for showing me these steps. Open my eyes and help me to recognise my seedtimes when they show up in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Isaiah 22:1-24:23; Galatians 2:17-3:9; Psalm 60:1-12; Proverbs 23:15-16

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