I READ: Genesis 26:1-13.
When Isaac was living in Gerar, the city was experiencing famine which caused starvation in the land. But Isaac kept in faith of what God had promised in which the descendants of Abraham will be blessed with abundance. Isaac held on to God’s promise, with boldness he stayed in Gerar despite the famine. Because of his faith, God blessed the seeds that he had sowed in the land which grew a hundred folds. The act of sowing is significant as God had said that the seeds that are sown will be the harvest that we will reap. As with a farmer, the amount of seeds that he sows will eventually result in the amount of harvest he will reap. The same goes for us, for when we sow blessings, kindness, and other positive things, we will enjoy the harvest according to the amount of seeds we sow. We will not only receive our harvest only in material things or kindness, but also in terms of miracles that we have hoped for.
I DECLARE: 2 Corinthians 9:6: He who sows sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.
I DO: What action will I take today after meditating on the Word of God?
I PRAY: Pray as guided by the Holy Spirit.
ANNUAL BIBLE READING: LEVITICUS 15-18