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You are supposed to reap personal benefits in life

2 Corinthians 9:6

He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.

Some people think walking by faith is sharing their need with others until they find the right sympathizer. If you are always in need or don’t seem to have enough, it may be that you are always looking to receive instead of giving.

It’s insane to expect a harvest knowing full well that you haven’t sown anything. If you don’t sow you have to become good at begging or rationing; but if you believe God, you won’t need to manipulate other people. You can sow your way out just like everyone who has received a breakthrough.

I have discovered over the course of time that a lot of people would rather look to another man, spin and deal instead of working the laws of seed time and harvest.

Of course there is always a sense of fear in letting go of what you have before you can see your harvest manifesting. But this is one of my greatest discoveries: you can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore

If you will operate in obedience to Kingdom principles, death is always swallowed up by life, lean years by plenty, the curse by the blessing, sickness by health and fear by faith.

If you are to reap equities of all kinds, make sure you turn your whole life into a seed. Where there’s no seed, there will be no harvest. The laws that govern abundance are available to everyone but only those who get involved through seedtime and harvest personally reap benefits

Whenever you are looking at receiving more than you are at giving, you inevitably set yourself up to walk in a lesser dimension of blessing and glory. It’s time to switch.

In case you have forgotten, God NEVER forgets your labour seed or labour of love. The One who sees in SECRET is ready to REWARD you OPENLY.

Give your best today and endeavor to be excellent because God’s WILL, like it was for Ruth, is that eventually you would OWN the field where you are simply gleaning at the moment.

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