“Cast thy bread upon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many days” (Eccl. 11:1 KJV).
Appreciate the seed you have because it is the beginning of your harvest. The Bible says to not despise small beginnings. The seed you have now has power.
And God gave you the seed. He gave you the way to get around the world’s system. Thank God for what the world’s system can produce, but if you’re just bound to the world’s system, you’re no different than the unsaved.
The saved ought to operate supernaturally by the Holy Ghost. Whether the world’s system produces for you or not, you can still flourish because God supplies all your needs not according to that job, but according to His riches and glory by Christ Jesus.
And I have news for you, God has not run out of riches. The cattle on a thousand hills belongs to God (Ps. 50:10) and God supplies for his people. David said I was once young but now I’m old and I’ve never seen the righteous forsaken (Ps. 37:25).
And I’ve never seen it because God has never forsaken me. I got news for you; He won’t forsake you either. All you have to do is do what He says.
Learn to appreciate what God’s given you. Stop complaining. Stop talking about what you don’t have and start thanking God for what you do have. He has given you seed. Understand why He’s given it to you. It is the seeding seed. That means you must plant it.
Don’t tell me you don’t have any seed. Yes you do. Put your shoe in the offer pot if you’ve got to. Look through your closet and find your best dress and give it away. Go out and buy somebody a new dress. If you don’t have one yourself, buy one for somebody else. God will give you two.
I’m a living witness. I know what I’m talking about. I’ve been there. When you get on God’s system and do what He says to do, then He will see to it that you receive what He said you would receive.
Scripture References: Psalm 50:10; Psalm 37:25