Sowing and Reaping

Have you been standing on the Word and believing God for certain things to come to pass; to happen for you? While you wait to see the natural manifestation of what you believe, your patience and trust in God will be tested.

The Bible talks about seed time and harvest, which means there is a time to sow, a time to wait and a time to reap what you have sown (Genesis 8:22).

Don’t be discouraged, or allow frustration that accompanies impatience to deter your perseverance. Remember, for everything in life there is a due season. And due season always comes. Ecclesiastes 3:1 declares, “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.”

Sometimes, while you are waiting, impatience can usher in a flood of doubt and cause you to become weary. You may be wondering, “When is my harvest coming?” or “When is my breakthrough going to show up?” You have been sowing seed, believing and confessing the Word; your time of harvest is coming.

You must establish in your heart and mind that every promise of God has a particular time to be made manifest. Another thing you can be sure of, when dealing with God, is that there is never a question of whether something is going to happen that He said in His Word. Isaiah 55:11 says, “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.”

When you renew your mind to the fact that God’s Word always comes to pass, you position yourself to no longer walk in the doubt of whether or not it will show up. This simply means that what you believe God for will surely happen, no matter what happens or is happening.

You have to get rid of the “if” mentality and get into the expectancy of “when” it’s going to happen. When you develop expectancy, God is obligated to fulfill your expectation from His Word

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