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Lesson 2: Its Time To Sow

Study Guide / Outline

Section 1: Introduction and Theme Introduction

  • Summary: The speaker begins by sharing how they felt led by the Lord to speak on a specific topic, shifting away from their planned message.
  • Main Points:
    • Feeling divinely guided to change the sermon topic.
    • Emphasis on the importance of being responsive to spiritual guidance.
    • The importance of sharing a message that meets the current needs of the congregation.

Section 2: Understanding God’s Plan and Timing

  • Summary: The speaker discusses the concept of being in alignment with God’s timing and understanding His plan for our lives, especially in challenging times.
  • Main Points:
    • The significance of aligning with God’s timing.
    • Trusting in God’s plan despite not seeing immediate results.
    • Encouragement to the congregation to stay faithful in difficult times.

Section 3: Principle of Seed Time and Harvest

  • Scripture: Genesis 8:22
  • Summary: The speaker introduces the principle of seed time and harvest, emphasizing its importance in spiritual and material aspects.
  • Main Points:
    • The concept of seed time and harvest as a continuous cycle.
    • Encouragement to sow seeds (not just financially) for future harvest.
    • Relating spiritual principles to practical life situations.

Section 4: Law of Sowing and Reaping

  • Scripture: Galatians 6:7
  • Summary: The speaker explains the law of sowing and reaping, highlighting its inevitability and impact on our lives.
  • Main Points:
    • Whatever one sows, that will they also reap.
    • This law applies both in spiritual and natural realms.
    • Encouraging responsible and mindful sowing, as it determines what we reap.

Section 5: Concept of Generosity

  • Summary: The speaker encourages generosity in time, talent, and treasure, stressing its role in reaping blessings.
  • Main Points:
    • Generosity is not limited to financial giving but also includes time and talents.
    • The importance of obedience in giving as per God’s direction.
    • Sharing personal experiences and testimonies to illustrate the impact of generosity.

Section 6: The Importance of Obedience in Giving

  • Summary: The speaker shares a personal experience about obeying God’s direction to give, illustrating how obedience leads to blessings.
  • Main Points:
    • Obedience in giving leads to unexpected blessings.
    • Personal testimony to demonstrate the principle.
    • Emphasis on the importance of listening to God’s guidance in financial matters.

Section 7: Expanding Vision and Trusting God for Provision

  • Summary: The speaker motivates the congregation to dream bigger and trust God for provision, beyond human limitations.
  • Main Points:
    • Encouraging to dream big and trust God for the provision.
    • Emphasizing that God’s provision is linked to His vision, not ours.
    • Sharing insights on how expanding one’s vision can lead to increased provision.

Section 8: The Role of Faith in Financial Provision

  • Summary: The speaker discusses the role of faith in financial provision, encouraging the congregation to believe for more than just getting by.
  • Main Points:
    • Encouraging faith for debt cancellation and supernatural supply.
    • Challenging the congregation to not limit God with human thinking.
    • Emphasizing the power of faith in financial breakthroughs.

Section 9: The Act of Worship Through Giving

  • Summary: The speaker concludes by connecting giving with worship, emphasizing that giving should be a joyful and natural expression of our faith.
  • Main Points:
    • Giving as an act of worship, not just a duty.
    • The relationship between understanding God’s nature and being a giver.
    • Encouraging the congregation to be cheerful givers, aligning with God’s nature.

Section 10: Final Prayers and Worship

  • Summary: The sermon concludes with prayers for an increase in vision and supply, followed by a time of worship and giving.
  • Main Points:
    • Praying for an expanded vision and divine supply.
    • Encouraging the congregation to respond in worship and giving.
    • Affirming God’s provision and care in the lives of believers.