The Word Works 4 | Daystar Christian Centre | Pastor Sam Adeyemi

The Word Works (4)

The Word Works. As long as a farmer puts seeds in the soil, there is hope for him, because when the time comes for God to bring the harvest, God will have something to multiply.

But if out of frustration, the farmer stops planting the seeds, it becomes a problem, because there will be nothing for God to multiply.

Growth is seasonal. There is a season for planting, and there is a season for harvesting. God is leveraging the laws of the farm to teach us spiritual truth.

What you sow is what you reap, so you can create the future, if you have the seeds today, you can create the harvest tomorrow.

Don’t be misled—you cannot mock the justice of God. You will always harvest what you plant. (Galatians 6:7)

The world runs on the seed-time and harvest-time cycle (Genesis 8:22).

God has given us the mandate to be fruitful and He can’t ask you to be fruitful when He has not made you seed-full.

The problem we have as humans is that we all want the harvest, but we are not careful about what we do during the planting season.

In the parable of the Sower, Jesus said the ‘Seed’ is the word of God. (Mark 4:4). When God gives you a revelation, He has brought you to the realm of creation. He has brought you to the dimension where you can create something out of nothing. (Hebrews 11:3)

Qualities of people that produce fruits? (Luke 8:15)

  • Peseverance:

The people that produce results with revelation cling to the word of God. Through whatever challenges that come, you need to hold on to the word of God. The word works.

The moment you get a revelation, satan understands what you have and will try to take it. When you get revelation, you are a magnet for spiritual warfare, because satan understands the value of what you’ve gotten.

Joseph’s brothers hated him and tried to kill him, simply because he got a revelation from God, but he held on to the word regardless.

  • Patience:

There is a time-lag between seed time and harvest time. Be patient. Give your revelations time.

Patience is part of the fruit of the spirit. One of the characteristics of children is impatience, and that is because they lack the strength of character needed to be patient.

Also, we don’t have the capacity to be patient, hence we need to call on the Holy Spirit to help us be patient.

Learn to wait for the power of your revelation, don’t give up, don’t cave in, don’t loose heart

Sermon excerpt from Sunday sermon by Pastor Sam Adeyemi – Sunday 29, January, 2023
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