The Seed


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In this time of season change, and with harvest behind us, we are reminded of the power of the seed and the season. Sometimes in this season, we don’t see how God’s promises are going to come to pass. It may seem like there are so many obstacles to overcome. But God’s Word is like a seed. When it’s planted in our hearts, and we water it by thinking the right thoughts and expecting good things, that little seed begins to grow into something much, much greater.

In the book of Mark, we are told that God’s Word is like a tiny mustard seed. When it is sown, it is less than all the other seeds, one of the smallest. But when it grows up, it becomes greater than all. Notice it goes from being less than all, to being greater than all. Are you feeling less than today? Are you in an overwhelming situation, maybe in your health, finances or relationships? Do you see God’s promises as small, compared to what you’re facing?

Today, don’t sit back and think, “man, it’s never going to get any better. It’s never going to change.” Instead, sow the Word by speaking it over your life every single day. Water that seed by staying in faith, because the seed of the Word has supernatural power in it. It can change your thinking, your emotions and your circumstances. It will grow and flourish, and you will see God’s promises come to pass all the days of your life!

“But the seed on good soil stands for those with a noble and good heart, who hear the word, retain it, and by persevering produce a crop.”

(Luke 8:15, NIV)

Pray With Me
Yahweh, today I will sow Your Word in my heart and mind! Father, thank You that it will not return void, but it will accomplish what it was sent forth to do! God, change my circumstances from less than, to more than, like the mustard seed. Lord, thank You for giving me every good and perfect gift. I bless Your Holy Name today and always. In Christ’s Name! Amen


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Pastor Ray Patrick
Evangelism. Outreach. Ministry. Pastor Ray Patrick is a R.E Teacher at The Eden School

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