From our opening Scripture, God is saying that when you give, what you give will come back to you in good measures, in many folds. In other words, you will receive the harvest of the kind of your seed sown in harvest in multiple fold. The harvest of your seed sown will come back to you in good measure, pressed down, shaking together, and running over. This simply means that the quantity or magnitude of your seed sown determines the magnitude of the harvest. It means that if you sow sparsely, you are going to reap sparsely, but if you sow bountifully, you will reap bountifully. You will reap in the measure of your seed sown. If your offering is still as little as it has been ever since you got saved, despite God’s blessings and the increase you’ve enjoyed, you are going to reap at that level. But when you up your game and take your offering to the next level in faith, trusting God for more, you will experience and enjoy more. To believe God for more, you will have to express more faith in Him by increasing your seed sown. When you increase the measure of what you sow, you will reap more. That’s how it works. Refuse to be deceived; God is not mocked, whatsoever anyone sows, the same they will reap.
Galatians 6:9 says, “And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” This is another side to this principle of sowing and reaping. It tells us that sowing shouldn’t be done one-off! It says that we have to keep on sowing without giving up. That means there is patience involved in sowing. You don’t sow your seed and quit just because you haven’t seen the harvest yet. Beloved, don’t get weary in sowing your seeds, for in due season you will reap, if you faint not. Listen, this principle of seedtime and harvest, giving and receiving requires patience. That means you need to be patient, keep at it and do it over and over again until you start seeing the physical manifestation of your harvest. You need to be aware that there is a possibility of being weary in well-doing, but the Word says if we continue to give and keep giving without getting weary, the Lord said in due season, we shall reap if we faint not. Some people sow and sow, then they faint on the way, and they forfeit the privilege of reaping the harvest of their seed sown, while others sow and keep on sowing and they enter into their harvest. God’s desire is for you to enter into your harvest. He does not want another man to enter into your harvest. It is good and profitable that you reap what you have sown. You must give yourself to continual sowing and as such, there must be some perseverance to it, there must be some long-suffering, some steadfastness, some continuity to it. The harvest is sure if you do not faint. Your strength is renewed in Jesus’ Name! Another man will not take your place!
MY SOLID FRONT (YOUR CONFESSION):
In the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I declare that I am a patient and consistent sower. I sow my seeds in season and out of season as I expect the harvest of my seed sown in Jesus’ Name!!!
Hebrews 6:10; Acts 10:1-4.