Did you know that your words are seeds that you plant into your situation?
Did you know that you can plant good seeds into your life by speaking good words?
Did you know that you can plan to reap good things in your life by planting good seed words into your life?
So what are seed words?
Seed words are words that you plant into your present life situation through your speech so that you can reap fruitful future outcomes.
How do seed words work?
Seed words work because of the power of the tongue. (Proverbs 18:21)
What can this power of the tongue do?
Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love the tongue will eat its fruit. (Proverbs 18:21)
What does this Proverb really mean?
This Proverb means that there is power in the tongue and those who love talking with the tongue will eat the fruit that is produced by the power of their tongues. That is, they will have to live with the consequences of their words or what their words give birth to because each word you say is a powerful seed that you plant in your life.
Therefore, if you have nothing good to say, say nothing.
And, if something bad has happened in your life, don’t say anything bad and plant more bad seeds in your life.
The perfect example of this is Biblical principle from the Shunammite woman in 2 Kings 4.
This woman had given birth to a miracle child. We know it was a miracle child because she was described as she has no son, and her husband is old. (2 Kings 4:14) So her chances of getting a baby were very bleak because her husband was old.
But, the power of God is able to circumvent humanly impossible situations (even without Viagra) and Elisha the man of God prophesied that she would have a son with her old husband within a year (even modern day invitro fertilization specialist cannot give such guarantees).
And she did conceive and deliver her miracle son within a year and then the unthinkable happened. He precious child complained of a headache while he was with his father in the field (2 Kings 4:19) and then he died in his mother’s arms at home on the same day. We don’t know if it was cerebral spinal meningitis or a ruptured aneurysm that killed him but the boy died.
After his death, his mother laid him in a bed and asked her husband to provide her with a donkey and a young man (a car and a driver) so that she could go and consult Elisha, the prophet who had prophesied that she would get a child. (2 Kings 4:22)
When her husband asked her why she was going to see the prophet (chances are he was not aware that the boy had died since his mother had laid him in the prophet’s bed in their home), she replied IT IS WELL (2 Kings 4:23)
The lesson here is that even if something bad has happened, you do not have to open your mouth and confess it if you have not yet accepted in your heart that there is no other way around the situation.
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