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Planted Not Buried

Hello Sis,

I trust you are well.

Sometime last year, I wrote about Psalm 1 and how we can be planted but the enemy uses our sensory perception to make us belief that we are dead. After all, the process is similar.

Well this is another reminder to you sis.
Even Though the process to being planted and buried looks pretty much the same, the result differs. Both are covered in the ground. The latter is covered forever while the former regenerates. Something that is buried is of no use while something that is planted is of use and in fact, of more use when it grows. A seed that is not planted will only remain a seed. On the other hand, a seed that is planted is a plant in the making.

The question is, do you want to be a seed or a plant? But know that there is no plant without planting. It's a process we all must go through if we must maximize our full potential. More often the process seems dirty, hard, energy consuming, painful armies or even unpleasant.

Would you rather hold unto a mango seed rather than have the mango itself? Just what I thought, you wouldn't. If we must move from potential to being, we must be planted. Without allowing the devil deceive us into being buried. Every seed has it's own peculiar process and gestation period.

Could it be that 2017 was one of the planting seasons of your life? Could it be that the experiences you had are what would culminate into your testimonies this year.
Ecclesiastes 3:1 says it all, there is time for everything. A time to plant and a time to harvest.
Don't be insensitive to this season of your life. Like the sons of Issachar, they understood times and seasons.

Keep breathing, you've been planted and your profiting shall appear to all in Jesus Name.

Loads of love,

Your Sis


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