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Generational Seed Offering

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Zechariah 8:12 (NIV)The seed will grow well, the vine will yield its fruit, the ground will produce its crops, and the heavens will drop their dew. I will give all these things as an inheritance to the remnant of this people.

God promises us that we who are the Children of His Kingdom will be a prospers people and that the seed we sow in the name of His Son who was first sown for us, will produce a vine that will flourish in every generation. Sowing is an action the builds a future for all who follow after us. Our seed is blessed and as it was promised to Abraham that he would be the father of many nations…the future is still promised to all who follow in the lineage of Christ.

A generational seed is filled with the potential of exceptional dividends. It is a seed of destiny for the future generation of Christ’s Church. We can only see the blooming of the flowers in the garden by first planting the seed.

If you are planning for only a year; then sow little. If you are planning for a decade, sow more; if you are planning for the future of your great grand – children then sow….. So that all the blessings of heaven will be their inheritance.

The seed does not know the age of the sower it only knows to reflect back unto its point of origin.  Just as your voice echoes out over a canyon and returns to you; Gods promises will not return void unto us.

There is no best time to sow……….the time to sow seed is today.

May God Bless you & Keep you in all things pertaining to life and Godliness

C. A. Livingstone (©) 2012,  2013

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7 comments on “Generational Seed Offering

  1. The seed does not know the age of the sower it only knows to reflect back unto its point of origin. Just as your voice echoes out over a canyon and returns to you; Gods promises will not return void unto us.

    Excellent quote

  2. Great Word as usual! Right on time!

  3. I am happy to report I am one of the seeds planted many years ago! 🙂

  4. O’ my… what a timely word for me. thank you… The part about sowing for a year etc was a living word for me.

  5. I really enjoyed this and can’t wait to apply it. Truly a beautiful message.

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