While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.

As with a natural harvest, what is sown in finances, time, or any other resource will always produce a harvest, a yield, some thirty, sixty, and a hundred fold, so long as it is sown in “good ground”.

For sure, this revelation has run through the church, and helped to encourage the body of Christ to give, knowing that they are more blessed in the giving, and that, quite plainly, we will surely reap whatever we sow, for good or ill (Galatians 6:7).

If one is looking for a particular breakthrough, you can exercise your faith over a particular offering, as with prayer, that God would extend grace and mercy in a particular area that the needed breakthrough might come.

Many are the accounts of breakthrough and situations turned around based on this principle. The simple exercise of faith, an offering with a pure heart, and prayer to God have changed countless circumstances through this simple principle from the Word of God, going all the way back to the creation itself.

It is a good thing to sow in faith, and it is a good thing to trust the Lord that He is all knowing. When we know it is the Lord’s will, we should and must do all we can to pray, sow, and see a thing accomplished.

We ask that you sow this seed in Faith and we thank you for hearing God and being willing and obedient to His voice.