We are told:
“All these blessings shall come upon you and overtake you, if thou obey the voice of the LORD your God” (Deuteronomy 28:2, ESV).
The word overtake actually gives the idea of somebody running from behind and tackling you.
Are you ready for God’s blessings to literally chase you down, tackle, and overwhelm you? Satan has come to “steal, kill, and destroy,” but God wants to pour out His blessings and abundance upon you.
It’s time to take back what the thief has stolen from you! All of us have lost things, opportunities, money, relationships, and even family members that have walked away from God. But He can restore all of these things (Joel 2:23-26).
God is ready to help you recover it all, but you must sow seed ahead of the rain and harvest.
The covenant blessings found later in Joel 2 are preceded by a call to give offerings to God (verse 14). It’s a clarion call to make the divine connection between your need and your seed. If you want a harvest of blessings, you must first plant seeds.
Real John 10:10 abundance is coming to the body of Christ, and you can trigger the outpouring in your own life by making that divine connection to plant your seed.
Covenant believers are givers, so today as you sow into the Kingdom, remember that what you sow declares your faith.
Are you ready to take back what has been stolen from you? Are you ready to be done with debt? Are you ready to overcome your losses?
If so, these days of pandemics, uncertainty, debt, and lack can be over for you. You can see harvests that are multiplied with such power and intensity that even dormant seeds can spring back to life as you step out in faith!
Sow your seed toward the Gospel, believing for God to overtake you with a bountiful outpouring, protection, and blessings.
Prove your faithfulness to God. Make the divine connection between your giving and His favor. Then watch what He will do.
Best of all, the thief is going to have to give back what was stolen from you! Remember Job—God turned everything around and even gave him twice as much as what the evil one had stolen (Job 42:10).
Begin today by planting your generous seed then speaking restoration into your life:
“Let the redeemed of the LORD say so, whom he has redeemed from trouble” (Psalm 107:2).
You can have everything restored that you have lost—plus more!
With great expectations for you,