Creflo Dollar Ministries

Dear Zoe Partner

Simply sowing seed is not enough to produce a harvest; you must also be careful about where you sow. If you throw all your seed into a concrete slab, you will not reap a harvest. One key principle of biblical economics is that you must always sow your seeds into good ground. 

Remember, the best and most fertile ground in which you can plant your seed is ground that is consecrated and dedicated to producing a harvest for the sons and daughters of God. Don’t let sentimentalism or sectarian allegiance sway you away from the best ground in which to plant your seed. 

When times are financially difficult, you can reap your most abundant harvest by planting your precious seeds into God’s proven, producing works. Your economic circumstances determine the value of the seeds you plant! 

The money seeds of God’s children are most precious when they are scarce. When the money seeds you want to put into God’s work are very scarce, take comfort and let your faith grow by what God says about your precious seeds: 

“He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him” (Psalm 126:6). 

Now, that verse should give you comfort, and boldness to give to God’s work, even in tight financial times. God absolutely guarantees that precious seed will produce a return; His Word says that he who sows it “shall doubtless come again with rejoicing.” Your precious seed has a guarantee of success and harvest. 

God’s Word abounds with biblical keys that will open the very treasure house of God for you. One of these keys, and perhaps the most vital of all, is the knowledge that you must plant your seeds in good, fertile ground if you are to reap the best harvest. Very carefully pick the ministries you invest in, those Christ-honoring, soul-winning, Word-centered ministries that properly manage the money they are given.

Don’t forget, when the dark clouds of hard times come into your life, God’s Word can guide you out of your difficulty and into good times. Always remember that following God’s direction in your giving won’t lead you into trouble, but it will lead you out of it. God knows how much precious seed you have left. So, when your finances get “tight,” don’t stop giving! Plant your precious seeds very carefully into good ground, and God will return an abundant harvest to you. 

 Be Blessed,
Creflo Dollar