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Happy Sunday

CFEM Sunday message by:

Dr. Wole Gbogboade

Topic: Your own seed in God’s hand

Text: 1Samuel 9:5-10 John 6:5-20

Saul was sent with his servant to go look for his father’s lost donkeys. For several days they searched throughout the land of Benjamin, but couldn’t find them. When they crossed into the land of Zuph meaning honeycomb in Hebrew, a land belonging to the Kohatithes, Levi tribe. And in that city is Ramah where Samuel lived. His servant suggested that they go see the seer as prophets were known before then in Israel. They took the little silver coin they had with them to see the prophet. The little Saul decided to give the seer instead of spending it, brought the breakthrough.
The same thing happened in John 6 (feeding of the five thousand men minus women and children there), the the lad had. Jesus said it was enough and indeed that which the lad had fed the five thousand men excluding the children and women making it more than 5000.

  1. Brethren, now that we have little is when not to fail to sow. The farmer keeps the seed, when he sows, it brings forth multitude, increase in harvest.
  2. Elijah and the widow of zarephath (1kings 17:8-16). Be careful with your confession when you are down or in need. The little the widow had brought the breakthrough.
  3. Elisha and the widow of one of the sons of prophets. (2 kings 4:1-7) You can not imagine what God can do with the little you put in his hand. Elisha asked her for what she had. The little oil she had left was a point of contact for her miracle from debt to flourishing.
    Even the much we have is little in the hand of God. Giving to the Lord is part of our worship.
  4. Noah after the flood.(Genesis 8:22-9:3. Noah gave bountifully and God blessed man, God vowed never to destroy the earth 🌍 by flood again and spoke that as long as the earth remains, seed time and harvest will never cease.
    Solomon gave back over and above what Queen of Sheba had given to him. Likewise, he kept all the gold and silver etc that his father David gave to build the Temple. After finishing the building, he kept David’s gifts in the Temple. The secret of Solomon’s breakthrough was the one thousand burnt offering he sacrificed. 1King 3:3-13


  1. Most seeds are very small.
  2. Most miracle happens by little seed-faith we choose to release from our heart. David and Ziglag (1 Samuel 30:1-9)
  3. A lot of people are poor today and many in hardship because they eat their seed. If all you know is how to take and you don’t give; you can’t increase.
  • We should also sow spiritually into people’s lives.
  • Often times the little things we do unto others bring hope, resources and life to them.
  1. You need to do something with your hands. God says, I will bless the work of your hands.
    We must know that our faith in Christ is enough. He will show us what to do. As we rely on God, he will send people to help us. Don’t look onto man (Hebrew 12:2).
    Begging is not of the kingdom, don’t beg, don’t look unto man. (Psalm 37:25)
  2. Some thoughtful sacrifice can bring blessings, deliverance, breakthrough. Little love, little kindness, and help that you render to someone or your spouse will go a long way. Gal. 6:9-10.
    A seed is not enough in people’s life, we must know and obey the principles:
  3. Give cheerfully as you purpose from your heart. 2Cor. 9:6-10
  4. Work, don’t be lazy.

3- Give to God with a grateful heart.

4- Honour the Lord. Prov. 3:9-10

We must not eat our seed, and we need to do everything by faith. Don’t say because of the economic situation you won’t give to God, and don’t always like to receive, be a giver.

”The Lord hear thee in the day of trouble; the name of the God of Jacob defend thee; Send thee help from the sanctuary, and strengthen thee out of Zion; Remember all thy offerings, and accept thy burnt sacrifice; Selah. Grant thee according to thine own heart, and fulfil all thy counsel.” Psalms‬ ‭20:1-4‬ ‭KJV‬‬.

Compiled by:
Pastor Clement Alogbe

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