IN DEBT to the Believer and the Unbeliever
"Both to Greeks and to barbarians
(to the cultured and the uncultured), both to the wise and to the foolish,
I have an obligation to discharge and a duty to perform and a debt to pay."
Romans 1:14 (Amp

04 July 2013

The Expectant Giver & Law of Resupply

When God surprises you with a blessing, ask Him, "Is this feed or is it seed?" Don't miss the opportunity to sow it as a seed and increase His blessing and fruit upon your life.

When you really GET the revelation of the SEED and take hold of the principle of sowing and reaping, of planting and sowing your seeds in faith, and then one day God gives you a SPECIAL spiritual seed and shows you a HEART of rich fertile soil that is good rich ground to plant it in, then this revelation and obedience places in your spirit a great Excitement and Expectation to see the fruit of it as you water it and wait upon the Lord. An Expectant Giver and the Law of Resupply. Glory!

"But this I say: He who sows sparingly will also reap
sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also
reap bountifully.

And God is able to make all grace abound towards you,
that you, always having sufficiency in all things, may have
and abundance for every good work.
'He has dispersed abroad,
He has given to the poor;
His righteousness endures forever.'
Now may He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for food,
supply and multiply the seed you have sown and increase the
fruits of your righteousness."
2 Corinthians 9:6,8-10

The Law of Resupply

"God continues to resupply us enabling us to continue to deploy resources to serve others....... The spiritual and emotional challenge for us regarding the Law of Resupply is that we must first give in faith trusting that the Law of Resupply exists. In other words we need to be fearlessly distributing what is already in our "gift card" before God is going to reload it for us for additional giving. This is one of the most powerful giving concepts in the entire Bible. We can expect to experience the Law of Resupply."
(Quote taken from "The Expectant Giver" by Stewardship Ministries.)

Lord, thank You for the privilege of being Your manager and steward and for giving us the grace and wisdom to manage and care for the assets that You've entrusted into our care. Thank You for teaching us Your Kingdom ways, giving us Your heart and guiding us into our Kingdom inheritance through every avenue. And thank You, Lord, that You are making us rich in every way so we can be generous at every occasion. I worship You, Jesus, I praise You, and I glorify Your holy name. Amen

1 comment:

  1. Suppose God wanted to fulfill His plan of world evangelism and help an unprecedented number of suffering people. What gift would you expect Him to distribute widely? Perhaps the gift of giving? And what might you expect Him to provide for those whom He's given that gift? Perhaps unprecedented wealth to meet all those needs and further His kingdom?

    Giving to God's great causes infuses us with the sense of destiny. It's no accident that you live in this time and place in history. Remind yourself again why the God of providence has entrusted you with so much: "Your plenty will supply what they will be made that you can be generous on every occasion." (2 Cor 8:14, 9:11)
    (From "The Treasure Principle")