Wednesday, August 7, 2013


Good morning, my sisters in Christ Jesus!  I pray that you are all blessed and highly favored by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
How many of you remember that saying, "God made dirt, dirt don't hurt".  We would say that phrase when we drop something edible on the ground.  You pick it up and quickly say, "God made dirt, dirt don't hurt".  Then like something really magical just happened, we eat whatever it was that was dropped on the ground. 

Well, today, God is going to give us a "dirt don't hurt", message.  What the Holy Spirit is going to do with today's message is to give you a new name and that name is, SEED.  To be able to receive this message, you are going to have to put on your spiritual caps and follow the lead of the Holy Spirit.
Ok, your name is SEED, so keep that in mind.  The moment that you decided to accept our Lord, Jesus Christ to come into your heart, you became an heir to Him.  The moment that you became a daughter of the Lord, He dug a hole and covered you with dirt so that you would grow.  While you are in that dirt trying to crack open and push your way through so that the sun (Son) will shine on you, you have encountered all kinds of forces of evil to keep you down in that dirt.  But God has placed a white picket fence (hedge of protection) all around the dirt that He planted His SEED.
The Lord will keep a hedge of protection around you so that you can grow, no matter what the enemy throws your way, you will survive . . . you have survived.  God's going to give you the strength to push through all the weeds that the devil has planted around you (drugs, alcohol abuse, sexual, mental and physical abuse).  Push through the fact that you were raised in an unloving household.  Push through the fact that you may have had a child out of wedlock.  Push pass the people that you have trusted and they let you down.  Push your SEED threw all that dirt and when you come out, you will come out smelling like a rose.  The Word of God says, "You will be like a tree, planted by the rivers of living waters, bringing forth good fruit, in your due season.

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