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Jump into Spring 2018. Let’s Plant Something!

Jump into Spring 2018, Let’s Plant Something!

People in my neighborhood are planting gardens. Spring is here. I’m not a gardener but I love eating home-grown vegetables and fruit, don’t you?

The reality is that a pack of tomato seeds isn’t a basket of tomatoes. The photo on the front of the seed packet is only a promise of the good things to come.

Those good things come after a lot of your energy, time and attention is invested, right?

In the same way, when God sparks a Bible promise to you or someone gives you the perfect prophetic insight, you have a packet of SEEDS. Each carries all the ingredients of something solid and full of benefit, but they are just seeds.

A seed is the beginning of blessing. Like a pack of seeds, it is your invitation to participate. You must get to work. Pay attention and pray attention. Dig a hole. Watch for weeds. Add some water.

Are you holding a seed from God? I am.

Spring 2018…let’s set the stage for good things to grow.

C’mon.

In His love and mine,

Kathleen
Kathleen Dillard

P.S. Speaking of seeds, there are lots of great testimonies from people like you who are getting wow’ed by Word of the Week, my short 1-2 minute weekly prophetic audio. Are you?

I was just thinking about my need for wisdom in a situation, when I clicked on this weeks’s WOW – amazing!” — Pam, Feb.12, 2018

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  1. Judy Peterson
    March 31st, 2018 | #1

    Dear Kathleen,
    Great message, great metaphor! And this afternoon I cleared away some weeds in my planter boxes and planted a few lettuce, pea and marigold seeds. My spinach seed which I left lying thru the winter got some too, as they have grown some and something is eating them, so they got some marigold seeds, too.

    Seems like God sprinkles weeds and bugs around us, too. We need to be on our knees (figuratively for me) and on our guard to keep them from spoiling our fruits!

    Love and blessings,
    Judy

  2. diane fitzpatrick
    March 23rd, 2018 | #2

    Dear Kathleen , thank you for this word today, it was a word i needed to have today, have a blessed weekend