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When God Plants You

Amos 9:15

I will plant them in their land, and they will never again be uprooted from the land I have given them. Yahweh your God has spoken.

God intends for His people to be productive, and He has designed us and destined us to be fruitful. Although the enemy may attack and try to steal our harvest or prevent us from cultivating our fields, he cannot ultimately deter what God has planned because He will finish the good work He has started through us, according to Philippians 1:6.

Wherever God wants us to grow, He will plant us in that place. When He plants us, He will also nourish us and tend to us so that we may grow properly. As we grow, we will start to increase and multiply. If God is blessing you in an area, there is a good chance He has planted you in that place. We must look to Him as the Master Gardener and learn to grow where we are planted.

God has given you a land as an inheritance in Christ, and that land is your ministry. He wants to use you to further His kingdom in some way, and He will bless you, grow you, and multiply you in the area where He plants you to be productive. Sometimes, we just have to attend to our roots in Christ and stand firm in Him before we see the harvest. Pests always come along to try to steal what has been planted before the growth is fully ready to harvest, but God will drive them away. We just need to learn to endure some things without giving in to our surroundings. God is at work in us, and we must trust what He is doing in us and through us.

God will plant you in your land, and the enemy cannot uproot you. Stay firm, and stay faithful. He who is faithful will complete the work He has started in you.

Have a blessed day!

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