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Sowing and Reaping with LADA

The LADA Laws of Sowing and Reaping
In the Book of Genesis, which means the book of “beginnings”, we find the expression of a seed principle that runs throughout the scriptures, and a principle that will endure as long as earth. Chapter 8, verse 22 reads, “As long as the earth endures, seed time and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.” In other words, seed time and harvest, that is “sowing and reaping”, will be as unchangeable and predictable as day and night.

Sowing and reaping is a law, like the law of gravity. The law of gravity always works the same way for everyone. So does the law of sowing and reaping. It’s a fixed principle that God built into his creation. In Galatians 6:7, we are told, “Whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.”

Essentially, this means that every action has a predictable consequence. If I sow corn, I’ll get corn, not potatoes. If I sow radishes, I’ll get radishes, not squash. If I sow beans, I’ll get beans, not watermelons. It also works the same way in the spiritual realm. If I sow (give away) life to others, I will reap life myself. If I sow provision for others, I will reap provision for myself. If I sow forgiveness toward others, I’ll reap forgiveness for myself.

In Luke 6:38, Jesus assured us that we could count on it. The law of sowing and reaping always works, and it always works the same way for everyone. If you sow bad things, you reap bad things. So He starts off in verse 37 with a warning: “Do not judge!” Guess what happens if you do? You guessed it – you’ll reap judgment. But if you refrain from judgment and condemnation, you’ll escape reaping it from others. And then he goes on to apply this law of sowing and reaping to our giving of material goods: “Give and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

This addresses a very human fear, namely, that if I give anything away, I won’t have anything left for myself. Jesus says that just the opposite is true. Give the very thing you need, and you will get more. Not only will you have enough for yourself, but the more you give, the more you’ll be given. The bigger the sowing, the bigger the reaping.
Any farmer knows that. If you want a small crop, you sow just a little seed. If you want a big crop, you sow a lot of seed. And Paul expands on that principle in II Corinthians 9, where he has been encouraging the people of Corinth to give generously to the believers in Jerusalem who were going through a famine and needed help. He says, in verse 6 of that chapter that “Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.”

In Galatians 6:7, Paul says something very interesting about sowing and reaping. He begins by saying, “Do not be deceived.” The reason he says that is because so many people are deceived about sowing and reaping. And then he assures us that we will reap whatever we sow. So what’s the big deception? It has to do with a lapse in time between the sowing and the reaping. For example, some people sow the sinful deeds of death and then, because they don’t see the immediate consequences, they come to the conclusion that they got away with something. But sooner or later, the law of sowing and reaping will work, because it always works the same way for everyone. Sowing the sinful deeds of death will eventually and inevitably bring a reaping of death and destruction. Violent people reap violence. Unfaithful people reap unfaithfulness. Bitter people reap bitterness. Selfish people reap selfishness. It’s a law, like gravity.

But the deception also works on the other side, with sowing good seed, righteous seed, the seed of generosity and good works. How so? We can sometimes be deceived into thinking that, just because we don’t see immediate results, that the law of sowing and reaping doesn’t work. God promised that if I would give, it would be given to me. But there may be a significant lapse of time between the sowing and the reaping. In nature, if you sow rabbit seed, it takes about 31 days to reap a crop of rabbits. If you sow elephant seed, it takes about 22 months to reap a baby elephant. But sooner or later, you always reap exactly what you sow! And Paul offers these encouraging words to people who spend their lives sowing love, kindness, and generous provision, verse 9: “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”

God always invites us to trust Him, and to believe that His only desire is to bless us. He invites us to invest heavily in the things of the Kingdom, and expect that we will, in the end, reap an abundant harvest of righteousness. Some of it will come back to us very quickly. And some of it will come back to us more slowly, but just when we need it.

What we need to understand is that God’s invitation to give generously is an invitation to invest in His purposes. And when we invest in the purposes of God, He always pays us back with interest. Let me demonstrate from God’s creation. When you put one grain of wheat into the ground, how many grains do you get back? Well try it. Pick the stock of wheat that grows from that one grain and count the number of grains in that one head of wheat. Let’s say you got twenty back. So what percentage of interest did you gain on your investment? If you’re slow at math, it’s a 2,000 percent interest on your investment. When’s the last time you earned that kind of interest by leaving you money in a personal saving account in your local bank?

God invites you and me to invest in an unseen kingdom and trust that the reward on our investment will go beyond our wildest dreams. “Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, flowing over will be poured into your lap!” The real key, though, is asking God where he wants us to sow, and then obeying his voice. He’s full of “hot tips!” He knows where the growth potential is! Do you hear the Lord saying to you that sowing into the ministry of Stewardship is a very good investment? If not, then don’t do it. But if you do, then be wise and sow generously, because the more you sow, the more you’ll reap – and that’s a promise! http://recyclingyourdollarsonline.info

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Sowing Seed Money with The LADA Group

Sowing Seed Money   The Law of Tenfold Return

The Law of Sowing and Reaping Practically Applied

Create the HAVE Consciousness, and Enjoy Financial Abundance

Learn to Multiply Your Money Tenfold and Reap a Harvest of Multiplied Money

Seed Money is a practical, scientific, and proven method that works, and increases your money tenfold when you follow the formula in faith, believing. It has been used successfully by very wealthy people as a means of increasing their financial abundance. Please do not dismiss this method until you have sincerely tried it for at least 30 days.

It is the Law of Sowing and Reaping practically applied to your money, and IT WORKS! Follow the prescribed formula of “Planting” money, then reaping multiplied money. It’s that simple! Understandably, some people are skeptical. But when people understand why this works, all negatives disappear.


One of the things for which money can be used, and which is not generally known, is as SEED MONEY. Just as you plant a seed in the ground and it multiplies, so it is with seed money. Most people do not understand how the giving of Seed Money produces its tenfold return without any risk whatsoever, yet it is a fact.

The Law of Tenfold Return ALWAYS WORKS. There is absolutely no risk whatever in the Principle of Seed Money when you follow the formula as prescribed. However, if you do not follow the formula precisely, there is risk, for then you are not actually practicing the Principle. It works when you work it.

The Principle of the Parachute never fails to work if the chute is made, packed, and used properly. The Principle of Seed Money works in the same way. If the Principle isn’t applied properly you are not working the Principle.

The Seed Money Principle is never a gamble, such as you experience with a slot machine, or a lottery. It is not chancy. Seed Money is a scientific way to multiply your money. It is a very spiritual/mental activity that directly affects your finances positively.

Belief is the Key!

When you think you MAY get a tenfold return from planting Seed Money – you won’t. When you BELIEVE you will get your tenfold return from your Seed Money — you WILL. Belief is the key. Remove all doubts. Believe you receive.

Ask and it will be given you. Seek and you will find. Knock and the door will open for you – the door to infinite riches! Jesus said, “What things you desire, when you pray, believe you receive them, and you will have them.” He didn’t say that you won’t. He didn’t say you might. He said that you will have them.

Fear Closes — Faith Opens Doors of Abundance

Some people who attempt to work the Law of Tenfold Return fail because of fear which is created and continued by their own thinking. The Law of Tenfold Return is based on faith – Trust in God. Fear of loss stops the flow. When you trust in God, you cannot fear. The Principle of Seed Money requires complete trust in God as the all-providing, everywhere evenly-present Source of all your good.

Delete fear from your thoughts, feelings, and actions. Have complete and full faith in God, the Source, to provide richly and abundantly for you. Then, the doors of Abundance will surely open and pour out magnificent blessings that multiply like rabbits!

Money is God’s Good Green Energy!

If you have believed that money is anything but good, change that false belief. Money is God’s idea of circulation. It is God’s good green energy, and it does a tremendous amount of good when used intelligently and lovingly. Money is a handy medium of exchange. It is never wise to make a god of money – that is – to worship it for its sake alone. If a person does so, they are misguided, and will eventually fail.

The practice of the Seed Money Principle requires that you focus on God, the Source, and to see money for what it is, a part of all that God has created for man’s use. Since God is everywhere, in all things, and is absolute good, then money is good, too. Lift your thought concerning money and you will open a larger space for it to bless you. And, it will do so more abundantly!

The Gratitude Attitude

Gratitude is an integral part of the Law of Tenfold Return and it successfully works for you. Gratitude opens, and keeps open, the doors of abundance. It quickens your return and brings it to you more easily. AS you give your Seed Money it is important to sincerely give thanks for your tenfold return, as if you have already received it. With that attitude you give from a consciousness of having, rather than of lack.

Direct your thanks toward the Source when you say, “Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!” By giving thanks for what you already have, including that which you are giving as Seed Money, you expand it to its full tenfold return. Gratitude is a magnet. That’s because it is love expressed. Speaking of love, remember that love is the most important thing in the world. Let your practice of Seed Money be done in love and it will be a marvelous experience for you and the countless other people you will bless.

Use Your Imagination

With your wonderful imagination, see yourself with your tenfold return. Imagine that you have it in your hands now. See yourself using it wisely as you lovingly share it with others. What will you use it for? Hold a picture in your mind of that which may be a new car, house, travel, or something very special that you have always wanted to do, have, or be.

Imagination coupled with faith is supremely empowering. Use your imagination to “see” your tenfold return coming to you. Place your faith completely in God – Infinite Intelligence – to bring about the fulfillment of your desires. Your work is to plant your Seed Money in faith, and let Infinite Intelligence provide the increase. This works better than the stock market!

Never Pass Up an Opportunity to Multiply Your Money!

Never pass up an opportunity to give Seed Money and make your tenfold claim on The Infinite. Look for opportunities and they will appear. Keep Seed Money handy, and give it. Make your claim, as you quietly use the formula and tenfold prayer. No one needs to know what you doing.

Why should you bless the money you give? Through blessing you link the money and your mental activity to the Source. You imbue the money with a magnetic spiritual quality that blesses the one receiving it and hastens your return – from the Source.

It is suggested in the instructions that you give a $5 dollars. However you may give any amount, more often, and longer. (Once you see how well this works, you’ll never want to stop!)

If this is new to you, you may want to start rather small, but be assured that it works equally well with larger amounts because the Principle is the same. Just multiply the amount you plant, by ten. For instance, $5 planted = $50 return, $10 planted = $100 return, $100 planted = $1000 return, $500 planted = $5000 and so on.

Where Do You Give Your Seed Money?

Using money to bless, help or aid your fellow human beings, you have not only the right and privilege, but you also have the duty of claiming from the Infinite, a tenfold money return. To claim it is to receive it.”

One should not be lazy about the practice of Seed Money. It requires practically no effort to mentally make your claim for your tenfold return when you give money. Often people will complain that their financial prosperity is insufficient, and wish they could have more. This is the way.

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Seed Money works beautifully for those who work it in faith, as instructed. Try it faithfully for at least thirty days and you will see. Follow these instructions precisely and you will be amazed at the results!


Thank you for your prayerful participation. What you do will positively bless you and countless other people. I will be happy to hear of the results of your practice of the Seed Money Principle.

Bryce Jackson, Business Mentor, Success Coach

Email: bryce@theladagroup.com

What does the Bible say about sowing and reaping?

Question: “What does the Bible say about sowing and reaping?”

Answer:Most of the Bible was originally written to those living in an agrarian society, people familiar with working the land, managing livestock, and raising crops. Many of Jesus’ parables involve the farming life. Not surprisingly, then, the Bible contains many references to sowing and reaping, and here are some of the principles we learn:

Sowing and reaping is a law of the natural world.On the third day of creation, God commanded the earth to bring forth living plants “bearing seed” and fruit “with seed in it” (Genesis 1:12). These plants were then given to man for food (verse 29). Ever since the beginning, man has understood the process of sowing and reaping and has applied it to his benefit.

God uses the law of sowing and reaping to bestow His blessing.God’s blessing comes generally to the whole world as He sends sun and rain to the just and the unjust (Matthew 5:45). In some cases His blessing comes more specially to those of His choosing, such as Isaac.Genesis 26:12says that Isaac sowed a crop and received a hundredfold in one season because the Lord targeted him for blessing.

Israel’s gratefulness for God’s yearly blessing was expressed in the Feast of Firstfruits, when the first of the harvest was brought to the Lord as an offering (Exodus 23:19a;Leviticus 23:10).

God warned Israel that, if they forsook Him and pursued idols, the law of sowing and reaping would be suspended and their crops would fail (Leviticus 26:16b). This happened to disobedient Judah on a couple occasions (Jeremiah 12:13;Micah 6:15).

Sowing and reaping is also a law of the spiritual world.It is more than just an agricultural principle. It is an axiom of life that we reap what we sow.Galatians 6:7says, “Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows.” There are natural consequences to our actions. The world operates under the law of cause and effect. There is no way around it: every time we choose an action, we also choose the consequences of that action.

Sowing and reaping implies a wait.Nothing good grows overnight. The farmer must be patient in order to see the fruit of his labors. When the Bible likens the ministry to planting, watering and reaping (1 Corinthians 3:6), it suggests a length of time. God will bring forth fruit to His glory in His time. Until then, we faithfully labor in His field (Matthew 9:38), knowing that “at the proper time we will reap a harvest, if we do not give up” (Galatians 6:9; see alsoPsalm 126:5).

We reapin kindto what we sow.Those who plant apple seeds should expect to harvest apples. Those who sow anger should expect to receive what anger naturally produces.Galatians 6:8says, “Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.” Living a life of carnality and sin and expecting to inherit heaven is akin to planting cockle burrs and waiting for roses.

This principle works both positively and negatively. “The one who sows righteousness reaps a sure reward” (Proverbs 11:18b), but “whoever sows injustice reaps calamity” (Proverbs 22:8a).

We reapproportionatelyto what we sow.The rule is, the more seed planted, the more fruit harvested. The Bible applies this law to our giving. Those who show generosity will be blessed more than those who don’t. “Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously” (2 Corinthians 9:6). This principle is not concerned with theamountof the gift but with the spirit in which it is given. God loves a cheerful giver (2 Corinthians 9:7), and even the widow’s mites are noticed by our Lord (Luke 21:2-3).

We reap morethan what we sow.In other words, the law of sowing and reaping is related to the law of multiplication. Jesus spoke of seed that brought forth “a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown” (Matthew 13:8). One grain of wheat produces a whole head of grain. In the same way, one little fib can produce an out-of-control frenzy of falsehoods, fallacies, and fictions. Sow the wind and reap the whirlwind (Hosea 8:7). Positively, one kind deed can result in a blessing to last a lifetime.

Sowing and reaping is used as a metaphor for death and resurrection.When Paul discusses the doctrine of the resurrection of the body, he uses the analogy of planting a seed to illustrate physical death. “The body that is sown is perishable, it is raised imperishable; it is sown in dishonor, it is raised in glory; it is sown in weakness, it is raised in power; it is sown a natural body, it is raised a spiritual body” (1 Corinthians 15:42b-44a). A seed may “die” when it falls to the ground, but that is not the end of its life (John 12:24).

Found throughout Scripture, the idea of sowing and reaping is an important principle imparting wisdom for both this world and the next.

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