The Word of God is seed, and it must be planted, it must be buried in order for it to grow.
I must sow the Word of God and speak what I see, for it has the power to change my environment.
Our words are Powerful and they are full of life that they truly can shape our world. I think about in the book of Genesis the first words that were spoken are found in
Gensesis 1:3 Death and God said, Let there be light; and there was light.
God spoke what He wanted. Are we speaking what we see or what we want?
Hebrews 11:3a (NKJV) By faith we understand that the [a]worlds were framed by the word of God…
God’s Word spoke this world into existence, and if we are like God we too can speak into our world and frame our world.
Your words will produce a harvest.
Proverbs 18:21(KJV) Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.And you are speaking
The Word of God in faith, what God has spoken over your marriage, over your children, or finances, or business, whatever your believing God for, Don’t give up, don’t faint, keep on holding on, keep on pressing on. The Word of God is seed.Now when a seed is in the ground, what is on the first things that grows…it will be the root system.
Root: the part of a plant which attaches it to the ground or to a support, typically underground, conveying water and nourishment to the rest of the plant via numerous branches and fibers.
So that means the stronger the root, the stronger the tree. The longer it’s underground, the stronger the root system is being developed.
Apostle said on Tuesday that when we are buried it is not designed to destroy us but to make us stronger. We are not designed to stay underground but to grow, to rise to elevate and to be promoted. We are designed that when the storm passes us by other tress may have fallen but we are still standing.
I want to encourage you that if you are in a season of being buried know that is not the end result, it is not your final destination, your just in season of growing and for your root system to be stronger in God that when the storm