Sowing Dimensions

But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. – 2 Corinthians 9:6

Whether or not you are sowing sparingly or abundantly is based on your dimension or where you are financially. See, if you and I are sowing together, your “bountifully” may be my “sparingly” because of my financial level.

For example, a $300 seed for you may be “bountifully” for you but “sparingly” for someone else. You have to find out where you are and sow on your level.

However, sometimes God will call you out of your level. When God is trying to move you, He has to stretch your money and stretch your faith to get you to go a little higher. So, He’ll push you to sow more than you think that you are able to.

Today, I encourage you to embrace your level, while at the same time, not allow yourself to get comfortable. When you look at those who are on a higher level than you at the moment, don’t get discouraged. Look at them and be encouraged because you know that’s where you are headed!

2 thoughts on “Sowing Dimensions

  1. I Am Thankful Apostle, For Sowing Dimensions, Freshly Made Known In 2 Cornithians 9:6. I Do preceive That the Sowing Terms Sparingly and Bountifully Relate to Where I Am Financially. It Is Very Important That I Discover and Embrace My Level or Dimension To Sow. I Purpose in Sowing To Be Sensitive To Those Sowing Moments When God Wants To Take Me Out of My Comfort Zone. I Want Always To Yield To His Directions and Sow That Unusual Seed Quickly.

  2. Amen Apostle Thompson! I receive that sometimes God will call me out of my level. I receive that when God is trying to move me, He has to stretch my money and stretch my faith to get me to go a little higher. So, He’ll push me to sow more than I think that I am able to. I receive that when I look at those who are on a higher level than me at the moment, I must look at them and be encouraged because I know that’s where I am headed! I receive it in Jesus’ name! Many Blessings sir! Amen!

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