Faith For The Seed (3 of 4) by Frank Damazio
This content is part of a series.Faith For The Seed (3 of 4)
Series: It Started With A Seed
Introduction: We are in need of a "faith increase" visitation of God upon our mind and spirit. The pressures of our day work against the person who desires to believe in something that is invisible, intangible, like God, the Holy Spirit, or the miracles of God at work. The carnal mind seeks to bend us towards living in the natural only realm, conforming to what is expected in the ordinary course of events, that which is common, normal, typical, usual, run of the mill living. We are people who believe in God of the Scriptures, a great God, the only God. Let us believe in the God who can open heavens and rain down bread to eat as in Exodus 16:4; or a God who sends us the ravens to feed His prophet as in 1 Kings 17:6. A God who can open our eyes to see the mountains full of horses and chariots of fire as in 2 Kings 6:17. Faith sees beyond the natural. How is your faith today?
I. SOWING IN FAITH
A. FAITH FOR THE SEED
1. Faith plants a seed and believes for a harvest before it can be seen, waiting with confidence for the invisible possibilities to become reality through the miraculous and supernatural provision of God.
2. Legend has it that a man was lost in the desert, just dying for a drink of water. He stumbled upon an old weather-beaten, windowless shack, and took refuge inside its walls to find a little shade from the heat of the desert sun. As he glanced around, he saw an old, rusty water pump about fifteen feet away, and he stumbled over to it. He grabbed the handle and began to pump up and down, but nothing came out.
Disappointed, he staggered back to a corner, but then noticed an old jug off to the side. He looked at it, wiped away the dirt and the dust, and read a message that said, "You have to prime the pump with all the water in this jug. P.S. Be sure to fill the jug again before you leave." He popped the cork, and sure enough, it was almost full of wat ...
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