Everything is a Seed
Everything we do or say or think in life is a seed. It may be a seed for good or seed for evil.
“You well know that for whatever right thing anyone does he will receive a requital (repayment) from the Lord, whether he is a slave or a free man.” Ephesians 6:8 Weymouth
Knowing that whatever good anyone does, he will receive the same from the Lord, whether he is a slave or a free man.” Ephesians 6:8
Life is a Circle
For years John and I have read and studied writings by Dr. Tom Leding. We were blessed getting to personally meet him and his precious wife on occasions he came to Dallas. He has since gone on to be with the Lord, but his teachings and influence continue. Howard Riley has taken over to be sure his impartation of Gods word continues. This past week I received an email from Howard Riley that really reminded me of the powerful laws of Sowing and Reaping.
From Howard Riley
“Everything you do in life is a seed. There are spiritual, mental, physical and financial seeds you sow with your mouth, your actions, and your money. That is why it is so important to be aware of the words you speak, your thoughts and the way you respond to every situation, especially during times of overflow.
The words you speak create the life you live.
Satan is fighting hard to keep God’s people from walking in overflow. He is losing the battle! Thank God!
Get ready to receive all God has for you today and get ready for an overflowing harvest, by faith through love!”
Here is his website: http://www.success-365.org
John and I have used this Daily Bible Reading plan for probably five years and love it.
How Many Apples from One Apple Seed?
I have heard in teaching by Shane Willard that there are 72 seeds in one apple. Seeds are powerful. They multiply.
Have you thought about the seeds you are sowing? What crop are you expecting?
We should so live and labor in our time that what came to us as a seed may go to the next generation as blossom; and what came to us as blossom may go to them as fruit. That is what we mean by progress.
– Henry Ward Beecher