Gen.8:22 – While the earth remains,
Seedtime and harvest,
Cold and heat,
Summer and winter,
And day and night
Shall not cease.
The Lord has set His plan of provision for mankind since the beginning; you could call it seed faith living. Historically, man has spent much of his time and resources in farming. Farmers have learned and practiced seed faith living from the earliest of days. They have learned that they will reap exactly what they sow. The seed will provide harvest after its kind and the harvest will be proportional. Few seeds will bring a small harvest, more seeds will produce a greater harvest. Just as this scripture teaches us, seedtime and harvest is our way of life and God’s plan of provision. We sow our seeds of faith and God brings in the harvest. Every seed planted has a miracle harvest inside of it. Here is how Oral Roberts describes the miracle of seed faith living.
“Money is the medium of exchange. It is you. It represents your labor, your skill, your sweat and effort—your whole self. When you give it, you give yourself. The Bible says, ‘Ye are not your own…ye are bought with a price: therefore, glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s”. Jesus is interested in the multiplication of your Seed-Faith because it is the multiplication of yourself….What you give is the seed you plant. And like attracts like. You plant wheat, and you will get wheat. Plant peaches and you will get peaches. God says, “Each after its kind.” If you want God to supply your financial needs, then give seed-money for Him to reproduce and multiply. If your need is not money but something else, let the seed you give represent it. Use it as your point of contact to release your faith for God to meet this need.”
The key to seed faith living, like everything else, is that it has to become personal. We become stewards of all the different seed that the Lord brings into our possession. We learn the importance of planting those seeds by faith knowing that this is the only way to harvest. We cannot look to our family or the government, we must look to God as our source of provision. We plant our seed and two things will happen. Those seeds will bring a new harvest and that harvest will contain more seed.