Having a Teachable Spirit

A teachable spirit is a mindset or attitude that is open to learning, growing, and being receptive to new ideas and perspectives. It is a willingness to set aside preconceived notions and humbly accept guidance and knowledge from others. Having a teachable spirit can help individuals acquire new skills, broaden their understanding, and continuously improve themselves. It involves being curious, asking questions, actively listening, and being open to constructive feedback. A teachable spirit can contribute to personal and professional development, fostering growth and enabling individuals to reach their full potential.

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Friend, the thought of a soul being eternally separated from God and his loved ones ought to be enough to set us on the run to win the lost.

Also, just the thought of being eternally separated from God ought to be enough to encourage every person who isn’t sure if he is saved to accept Jesus and get his heart right with God.

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Sowing in the Natural


Many people are not wise enough to sow in the realm of the Spirit. We have found that even people who are good Sowers in the natural are not so good spiritually. Sowing in the natural is not the way. It was (and is) meant for a Christian to become spiritually minded.

If a man sows to his flesh, he will of the flesh reap corruption. We just read that. Notice again that he was sowing to “his” flesh. That’s the biggest reason it brings corruption. It isn’t right to sow to yourself.

Notice also that we are to sow to the Spirit. If we sow to the Spirit and in the realm of the Spirit (in other words, do it spiritually), we will reap Life. This works in every area of Life.

The corruption of the flesh is that it will fade, rust, and eventually pass away. The beauty of the spiritual is that it is eternal. Of course, sowing to the Holy Spirit brings indescribable returns.

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The Holy Spirit is what confirms that we are children of God. The Bible defines the Holy Spirit as our guarantee of eternal life with the Father. As children of God, we become co-heirs with Christ, and
We will partake in the inheritance that God, the Father, gave to His son.

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Forgiveness Forest

Once you’ve forgiven a person, you need to consider him permanently forgiven. When old feelings rise within you, and Satan tries to convince you that you haven’t really forgiven, resist him. Say, “No, I’ve already forgiven that person by faith. I refuse to dwell on those old feelings.” 

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God is Able to Cause You to Have all Sufficiency in All Things  Part5 of 5

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Learn that with every harvest and blessing, you tithe first, then sow for a new crop, and then live off the rest. Remember, the tithe is not yours; it is the Lord’s. You can’t consider tithing the same as sowing because you can’t claim credit for sowing something that isn’t yours.


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God is Able to Cause You to Have all Sufficiency in All Things Part 2 of 5

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We can determine how much we sow. We purpose in our hearts to sow any amount, anyway, and to anybody we want.

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God is Able to Cause You to Have all Sufficiency in All Things  Part 1 of 5

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Sow bountifully (large amounts and often), and you have a bountiful (large quantities and often) harvest. The more seed in the ground, the more plants you have growing. The more plants you have growing, the more fruit you will bear forth. The more fruit that bears forth, the larger the harvest.

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Jesus Will Give You Seed

Jesus will give you seed; look to Him. The Lord Himself will provide you with the increase (the harvest), and from it, you will have gained plenty of seeds for resowing. If you are just starting out, look to the Lord, for it is He who gives you the power to get wealth. He will provide you with the seed.

“But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall also reap sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall also reap bountifully. Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work: (As it is written, He hath dispersed abroad; he hath given to the poor: his righteousness remaineth for ever. Now He that ministereth seed to the sower both minister bread for your food, and multiply your seed sown, and increase the fruits of your righteousness;) 2 Corinthians 9:6-10

First of all, this verse refers to the size of your gift and how frequently it is sown. You can sow sparingly or bountifully. Sparingly means seldom and of smaller percentages of your income. Bountifully means often and a more significant portion of your income.

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God-Glorifying, and Worthy

Once we win the victory, we need to know what the Bible says, to maintain victorious Christian living and abide in Christ continually.

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