QUESTION: During harvest time do people who attend church have to still sow seed? Do you drop seed in harvest time or just seed time? Thanks!
ANSWER: Harvest gets used up or you wouldn't have to work or plant consistently. You must continually sow if you want to continually reap. Also, sowing is worship because God is a giver and if you're trying to move from glory to glory and be changed into the image of Yeshua, you never stop doing the things that God does.
This is the birthday blessing I released over my son December 8, 2015.
"Happy Birthday, Buddy!! It's an honor to be your mother and mentor on your journey to fulfilling your divine destiny.As you embark on this 14th year, the year of deliverance, I decree that your past, present and future have been redeemed out of the hand of the enemy by the dam Yeshua and that you'll go forth in fullness of revelation and effectively war for the prophecies decreed over your life. Let none look down on you because of your youth because God's Word that's been ingrafted in you has made and is making you wiser than your teachers.
I admire the way you hear, honor and obey the voice of Elohim and am blessed to have the benefit of your prophetic voice and power in prayer within reach. Today the Father declares to you:
"I have placed my apostolic anointing on you to tear down and build up governments both in the spirit and in the natural. Your faith life is one of continual new beginnings because, like David, you're a man after My own heart. I have placed within you the anointing of Samuel and I have touched your mouth so that your words do not fall the ground. Speak, "GRACE, GRACE," and watch mountains fall before you. You are Mine!"
I present to you the great and mighty, Prince Zayne."
In this mini-book I share two things I've learned about sacrifice that have transformed my mind and as a result the way I live my life. Growing spiritually requires stretching, but I'm a witness that only great things come from aligning my thinking with the Godhead.
EXCERPT: The tithe, which literally means tenth, first occurs in the Bible in Genesis 14 when Abraham tithes a tenth of everything he had to enter into covenant with the Priest-King Melchizedek. He wasn’t forced or commanded to do it, it was a revelation birthed in his spirit as a result of the blessing spoken over him and his descendants. The tithe has been around from the beginning of God’s renewed covenant. It’s a renewed covenant because it was broken by Adam and Eve, renewed with Noah and his offspring and reinforced with Abraham and his offspring.
Every new beginning - morning, month, year, project (first fruit) - you submit to Dad, He'll speak and give you direction for success, supernatural protection and prosperity. In this episode of the Praying with Power and Purpose podcast I share what Dad spoke to me about the Biblical new year Ayin Hei 5775 and the new month of Tishrei.