In Isaiah 55:10, the bible explains to us that when God pours down blessings, it’s either to give seed to the sower, or to give bread to the eater. 2 Cor 9:10 agrees that while the bread may be for food, the seed must be sown for multiplication of blessings. But the question is, how do you differentiate between bread and a seed? How do you know when God expects you to sow what He gave to you? And how do you know when He wants you to eat it?
Well, the difference is as clear as holding a seed and a loaf of bread. When it’s bread, it will meet the need and there’d probably be extras. Remember how He fed the children of Israel with manna in the wilderness; He instructed them to fetch as much as they could eat for each day. But when it’s a seed, what comes to you may be nothing compared to the need that has to be met. Jesus was confronted with a situation to feed 5000 people, and all that was received were 5 loaves of bread and 2 fishes. But instead of complaining, He thanked God for the seed and instructed His disciples to distribute them. That’s what to do with seeds; thank God for them, then distribute them to people who really needs them. As they distributed the 5 loaves and 2 fishes, it multiplied and fed 5000 people. Seeds sown would always multiply.
That’s how far we’d go on today’s Timely Note. But take these last words; OFTENTIMES, GOD GIVES US SEEDS TO SOW WHEN THE BREAD IS TOO BIG TO CARRY. JUST IMAGINE, HOW WOULD THAT CHILD HAVE CARRIED 5000 LOAVES OF BREAD AND FISHES? Have a most fruitful day, in Jesus precious name!
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