Number two, learn how to be a seed sower. Life is in the seed. It is an eternal principle. God planted a seed, and He planted His best seed. He didn’t plant an angel. He planted His Son.
The Bible says that He loved us so much that He gave His only begotten Son so that whosoever believes in Him would not perish, but have everlasting life.
Let those with ears hear what I’m saying tonight. God gave for a reason, a desired result. When He gave, He had something in mind. He had a harvest in mind, for He had lost mankind. There in the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve committed sin and lost their relationship with God.
And God said, “I will redeem mankind. I will give My Son. I will put Him on a cross. I will let Him die for the sins of the world.” And when He gave His Son, He gave His best. He did not give an angel; He gave His Son.
And you and I have the right to sow our best unto Him and expect a harvest. Every time someone gives their heart to Christ, God gets a harvest on the seed that He sowed when He sowed His only begotten Son.
The Bible speaks of a man named Abraham. Abraham was Jewish, was a Jew. We as Christians are grafted in because of the faith of Abraham. Abraham discovered who God was. He discovered who God was. And when you know who God is, you know who you are.
He found out three things about God: First, God is most high. Second, the possessor of heaven and earth. And third, the one who delivered him from all of his enemies. Say that with me. Most high, possessor of heaven and earth, deliverer of all of my enemies.
And when you know who God is, when you know that He is most high, when you know that He is the possessor of heaven and earth, when you know that He’s the one who delivers you from all of your enemies, then you know who He is and you know who you are.
And when Abraham learned that, he wanted to give unto God. And the Bible says he gave a tenth, or a tithe, of all that he had.
Richard Roberts – We cannot acquiesce or bow the knee to a holy God. But women say, “Lord, you take it. I’m yours”. This church could not survive without the godly women of the Fellowship of Las Colinas, neither could the early church.