This week, I received an email from a reader asking for instruction. She shared with me that she had been a giver for a long time, not because she had to give, but because she loves to give. She said, “I have sown seed, you say I need to water that seed, how do I do that?”

Good question! So glad you asked.

Yesterday, we talked about the profession of our faith from Hebrews. This scripture illuminates the importance of speaking what we want to see rather than what we presently see. In my opinion, it goes right along with the scripture found in Romans 4:17.

(as it is written, “I have made you a father of many nations”) in the presence of Him whom he believed – God, who gives life to the dead and calls those things which do not exist as though they did.

Oh my, how I love this scripture. We should really take more time to meditate on this one word.

God – who gives life to the dead. Do you have anything in your life that appears dead?

God – who calls those things which do not exist as though they did – not do – DID.

I know, I know, I am getting a little off track, but this scripture captured me today.

So, we do this same thing with our finances, with the seeds we have in the ground.  Once our seed is in the ground, it needs water. The Bible tells us that the Word of God is like water – we water our seeds then, with the Word of God.

We declare God’s Word. We call those things that do not currently exist as though they already did – not do – did. We speak life over our seeds.

Never, ever sow a seed and then declare, “Well, I tried it, and it didn’t work.” No! that will only uproot what you have sown. Instead, do what God does and call those things that be not as though they already are!

In this scripture, it is talking about Abraham. When God told Abraham His promise to him, all God wanted from Abraham was for him to agree with Him. That is all God wants from us today as well. We agree with God by declaring and believing what God has already said about the seeds we sow.

Look again at what the scripture says…I HAVE made you the father of many nations. Already completed. The same is true with our seed. What we sow, we reap. It’s a promise.

Another awesome truth is found in 2 Corinthians 8:9, For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sakes He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich.

The Amplified Bible says…so that we would be abundantly supplied.

Jesus already did all that was required for us to have abundance, the rest is up to us. Our part is to do what the Word of God says. To honor Him with our finances, to give and to agree with what His Word says about our prosperity.

Today, I have put together several scriptures for you to use to water the seed you have in the ground. I have done the work for you – you simply need to take these scriptures, confess them over your seed, believing Gods Word is true – in doing so, your seed is being watered.

Oh, I am so excited to see what God will do with your declarations and the seeds you have planted – it’s going to be good! You, my friend, will be abundantly supplied…just as the Word of God says. To God be all the glory!

Scriptures to Declare Over Your Seed

 

God loves me and blesses me. He blesses my body and all I set my hand to. I have
only increase and no decrease. (Dt. 7:13)

 

The Lord gives me increase more and more, me and my children. (Ps 115:14)

My seed shall be prosperous and shall yield its increase, it will produce my
harvest. (Zech 8:12)

 

God, who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food, will supply and multiply
all the seed I have sown and bring increase in the fruits of my righteousness.
(2 Cor 9:10)

 

The Lord has commanded the blessing on me and in my storehouse and all I set
my hand to. He will bless me right where I am. (Deut 28:8)

 

The blessing of the Lord makes me rich and there is no sorrow with it.
(Prov10:22)

 

God is causing showers of blessing to come down on me in every season –
showers of blessing are pouring over me and my seed. (Ez 34:26)

 

Surely, in blessing, God blesses me and multiplying, He multiplies me. (Heb 6:14)

 

As I obey and serve God, I spend my days in prosperity and my years in pleasure.
(Job 36:1)

 

Peace is within my walls and prosperity is within my home. (PS 122:7)

 

I keep Gods word; therefore, I prosper in all that I do and wherever I turn.
(1 Kings2:3)

 

I am like a tree planted by the rivers of water, I bring forth fruit in every season,
my leaves do not wither and whatever I do prospers. (Ps 1:3)

 

My God supplies all my needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.
(Phil4:19)

 

I sow bountifully, therefore I reap bountifully according to the word of God.
(2 Cor9:6)

 

I reap what I sow, my harvest is a sure thing. (Gal. 6:7)

 

I am a generous person – therefore I always, always prosper. I refresh others and
God refreshes me. (Prov 11:25)

 

I give and it is given unto me, good measure, pressed down, shaken together and
running over, it is poured into my lap. With what measure I pour out – it is
measured back to me according to God’s word. (Luke 6:38)

 

I am enriched in every way so that I can be generous on every occasion – for this I
give God thanks! (2 Cor. 9:11)

 

God blesses me abundantly, so that in all things and at all times, I have all I need
and I abound in every good work. (2 Cor 9:8)