June 2021 Partner Letter
We may think that our source of supply is our job — our paycheck. Or, you may think it is your social security check, unemployment check, disability check or other state government or US government programs. But guess what? Those are limited supplies. Our jobs, businesses or government checks are not our true source of supply.
The true source of supply for us and all the earth is God and the kingdom principles He set in motion from the beginning. God does not run short nor does heaven have a deficit. Jesus said, “Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?” (Matthew 6:26)
“Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.” (Matthew 6:33)
We limit God’s provisions when we put our faith in any human or governmental source.
God is our source and He will supply all our needs if we act on His Word and commit ourselves to kingdom principles.
I was looking at our garden yesterday. The ground is plowed, the soil rich and fertile. But if I don’t plant the seeds of peas, spinach and carrots, there will be no provision for me, only grass and weeds. Now there is a kingdom principle — planting seeds. What seeds? Of course, literal seeds will produce, but there is the seed of sowing tithes and offerings. There is the seed of sowing words by speaking. There are the seeds of giving to others – money, love and kindness. In looking for your harvest, don’t become fixated on the garden, but open your eyes and look around or you will miss the pecans on the tree near the garden and the wild blackberries growing near the fence.
We reap the seeds we sow, but then there are extra special blessings and provisions out there for us if we will open our eyes and look with expectation. I am praying for you today, that your eyes will be opened and you will not miss even one blessing of provision God has made for you!
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- Annette Capps