EXPLORE THE SEED POWER IN MONEY - Genesis 8:22; Ecclesiastes 3:11

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Money is a seed, so it has seed power; that means it can do all that any other seed can do. It will obey the same laws that govern seeds on this planet.

God said that there will always be seedtime and harvest on the earth. Four things that you will need to understand if you are dealing with the laws of seed:

1. The seed itself: You must be able to identify what your seed is.  

2. Seedtime

3. The ground to put the seed in

4. The harvest

For money to be a seed, it must be yours legally or under your legal control.  That means, it cannot be stolen money, borrowed money, money kept with you, or money reserved for something else. 

Once it is not yours to legally determine what happens to it, it can't be a seed. You cannot get to church, no matter the anointing that moved, no matter the message that was preached, and you drop your school fees as a seed if you are a student, that is wrong. If you did, your parents should acknowledge that you were foolish, follow you to that church and collect that money back.

When you understand God's purpose and God's procedures for money, you will begin to take it seriously and understand it.

Wise people do the following things:

a. Increase the number of streams of income.

b. Turn their streams of income into a pool of assets.

c. Then they begin to widen and transfer their pool of assets into different places to start another stream.

 

PRAYER: Money, I will master you, I will abound in wealth as I pursue the kingdom principle of wealth in Jesus’ name. Amen.

 

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Isaiah 12:1-14:32, 2 Corinthians 13:1-14, Psalm 57:1-11, Proverbs 23:9-11

 


 


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