Reap in Crisis
Genesis 26:3 “Abide in this country as strangers, then I will be with you and bless you, for to thee and to thy seed will I give the whole country, and I’ll keep the oath which I have set to Abraham, your father”.
Every human being has experienced the problems that complicated his life as if there is no way out even as all the roads closed.
Perhaps those among us in the face of financial recession or economic pressures severe enough, did we think that God never leaves us? our minds or just circling around our problems.
There is one thing that Isaac made when he was confronted with the problem of hunger, Isaac would sow seeds in a dry year, when others keep their excess, Isaac, and he’s not going to obey the Lord even though Egypt promises of fertile land with a river that never dry, but the Word of God who came to Isaac more than a blessing of the Nile from Egypt. Isaac had a way a blessing, obedience!
How many of us when we are facing economic problems, we begin to think is unhealthy and design something that is not a solution acceptable to God we even begin to be governed by the problems we face.
We can not sow again, because we see things around us is getting dark and dreary, hope we just got to the logic.
Isaac did not want in order by the state, he sowed the seed by faith not by logic. Every situation we face, look with faith. When God commands us to not move from where we will have something that God wants to do through our presence, as when Isaac will want to obey God’s commands, the Word of God says: Genesis 26:12 Then Isaac sowed in the soil is, and in that year he received results of a hundred times; because he blessed the Lord.
26:13 And the man became rich, and even more and more wealthy, so he became very wealthy.
II Corinthians 9:6 “Keep in mind this: The person who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and the person who sows generously will also reap generously.
9:7 Let each one give according to his readiness, sadly not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves those who give with joy “.
Ecclesiastes 11:4 says: “Who is always watching the wind will not sow; and who always saw the clouds will not reap”. So whatever circumstances we face do we have to sow doubt, still many people who need our help, our good we smile, we laugh, or whatever it is a blessing to many people doing it, Ecclesiastes 11:6 Sprinkle the seed is early in the morning, and do not give a break to hand in the evening, because you do not know whether this or that to be successful, or both as well.