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PLANT YOUR SEED : Streams of Joy daily devotional


“And thou shalt go down before me to Gilgal; and, behold, I will come down unto thee, to offer burnt offerings, and to sacrifice sacrifices of peace offerings: …”
(1 Samuel 10: 8)

That is the Focal Scripture of Streams of Joy Devotional today.

Prophet Samuel instructed Saul to go to Gilgal where burnt offerings and sacrifices were to be made preparatory to Saul’s elevation. Saul was about to step into kingship, but before he could enter into that new season, a foundation was laid with a sacrifice unto God.

Saul’s kingship was not made manifest, He did not experience a fulfillment of what God ordained until there was a sacrifice to God. Sacrifices were offered unto God, something was done for God as the public announcement of Saul’s kingship was awaited. A sacrifice was on the altar as Saul awaited his next level.

Friend, if you want to experience the fullness of the Exceeding Expansion that God is bringing your way this year, do yourself a favour: put a sacrifice on the altar. Sow a seed that will speak for you. Give something to God as you await what He intends to release unto you; give to God before He even gives to you; drop a seed that will call forth your Exceeding Expansion into being.

For every new ground God gives you this year, sow a new seed; when your expected harvest is delayed after you have sowed a seed, sow again; let your seed be commensurate to the exceeding harvest you are expecting; even when your harvest arrives, sow a part of it to activate the next season of harvest.

Don’t complain that you have not seen your harvest when God has not yet seen your seed on His altar. Don’t accuse God of not giving to you when you have not yet given to Him. Give to God, sow a seed, be a sower and your seeds will set the stage for Exceeding Expansion.

Pray With Me: Lord, I choose to sow seeds that will provoke my harvest, in Jesus’ name!

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