Reverend Samuel Tei Narteh, the Head Pastor of Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI) Adabraka, has called on Christians to develop the habit of seed sowing as it would ultimately inure to their benefit.
Rev Narteh said this during the preparation towards the church’s mid-year annual fund-raising harvest in aid of the church project to be held on July 7.
Speaking on the topic: “Sow thy seed”, the Head Pastor said, just as God gave Isaac to Abraham as seed to be offered to Himself to generate blessings and prosperity, it was also important for Christians to sacrifice and dedicate a valuable item as seed sowing to the Lord.
Rev Narteh said the Israelites gained life after giving all their belongings to Joseph in return as seed and this sowing granted them their liberty.
“This is one of the benefits of seed sowing as Christians in real life. The habit of seed sowing by the Church or an individual serves a positive impartation on our lives. Sowing of seed turns one’s hard labour into a blessing to enable that individual become successful and strengthens one's relationship with the Lord,” he said.
He called for honesty and loyalty in seed sowing in order to reap the benefits of long life, peace, prosperity and financial breakthrough from the Lord. Rev Narteh also called on members to send the message across to their fellow Christians to help keep the fulfillment of the gospel.
“Without seed sowing, one cannot experience total prosperity and breakthrough as expected of a Christian. I urge you all to develop seed sowing habits and the Lord will give you a hundred-fold in return” he said.