Prophet T B Joshua’s Teaching on “They Hate me because I Plant Good Seeds” Resurfaces

Prophet TB Joshua Teaching on plant good Seed

The fiery Nigerian popular prophet and preacher, Prophet T B Joshua was laid to rest last month. However, his speeches and teachings while he was in the Ministry have continued to impact and guide many lives. Prophet TB Joshua Teaching on plant good Seed.



One of these numerous teachings was his teaching on seed planting the good seed. He taught this in 2018 and it was also shared on his Facebook page. The teaching was tagged; “Plant good seed”.

 

PLANT GOOD SEEDS by T B JOSHUA

“As a young man, I have the opportunity to see some old men who are doing what they ought to have done when they were younger because I have had the grace to see the good and the bad. What do I mean by the good? I mean those who are obedient to God’s Word. Now I am a young man, I continue to ask myself what kind of old man I would like to be. Those who are doing what they ought to have done earlier (when they were young), failed to plant good seeds for their future.



“Following this principle, I continue to sow in life, conscious to always plant good seeds. With this consciousness, no evil can overpower me. They can only test me but not destroy me. Why they cannot destroy me is that I never plant their seeds. Remember, their seed is a wrong seed, which is sin – hatred, jealousy, anger, idolatry, immorality, and the like. These are what I mean by wrong seeds. Whoever plants these seeds will reap their fruits. Whoever plants wrong seeds will reap sickness, disease, poverty, and affliction because whatever a man sows, that he reaps (Galatians 6:7).”

– Prophet T.B. Joshua.

In a similar development, the General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nation (SCOAN) has also given short but detailed teaching on giving to the needy and planting the seed of love to the Church. This was published in SCOAN online Evangelism outreach. The except reads as followed:



Prophet TB Joshua Teaching on plant good Seed

 

“Reach out with the little you have and see whether it will not multiply…” The Bible says that every man has received something from God that is capable of being planted.

Remember, we should see giving as a reason for our relationship, just as we see receiving as a reason for our relationship as well. Luke 6:38 says that giving is the beginning of receiving. If you give in truth, you are planting seeds that will be multiplied back to you.

So, as you give to the Lord, we pray that God will open the windows of heaven and pour out for you such blessings that you will not be able to contain it (Malachi 3:6-10).”



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