A Pocketful of Seeds {review and giveaway}

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Pursuing What Is Excellent - A Pocketful of Seeds

 

I think that it can be easily said that 2 Corinthians 9 is largely about giving.

Being givers (or sowers) has taught my family so much about God’s laws of sowing and reaping.

I’ve seen that reaping is usually the focus for many believers, when sowing is grossly neglected.
You can’t get something from nothing in the spiritual or natural.

Have you ever felt that you’ve been stuck in not knowing WHAT to sow besides a money offering?
I was too until a friend asked, “Have you asked God for seed to sow?”
Wait. What?
YES! It’s right there!

For God is the one who provides seed for the farmer and then bread to eat. In the same way, He will provide and increase your resources and then produce a great harvest of generosity in you.

– 2 Corinthians 9:10

The opportunity was there all along!
This is now a way of life for our family.

Our sowing is for the benefit of others.

I started reading A Pocketful of Seeds and was thrilled by one of the taglines: “We can change the world!”
That is so true! The Bible instructs us to do good for all man. THAT is some world-changing action.

I’ve found practical, every day; literally 365 days, worth of seeds to sow in the new devotional, A Pocketful of Seeds by Debbie Johnson.


“Seeds are big deals. None are insignificant, even hen you or I think we have nothing to offer. The Kingdom of God “is like a mustard seed, which, when it is sown on the ground, even though it is smaller than all the [other] seeds that are [sown] on the soil, yet when it is sown, it grows up and becomes larger than all the garden herbs; and it puts out large branches, so that the birds of the sky are able to make nests and live under its shade.” Mark 4:31-32

 

A Pocketful of Seeds Cover

 

A Pocketful of Seeds reaches F-A-R beyond our home, church, and familiar places. It calls us to reach out in our community and across the world in ways that we may never have considered.

 

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Even if I don’t plant a seed suggested in A Pocketful of Seeds every day, I’d like to aim for at least once a week! Are you up for the challenge?

To make that easier, I have a copy of A Pocketful of Seeds to giveaway!

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About A Pocketful of Seeds and The Author:

Each person has a “pocketful of seeds” to plant for positive change. Inspired by the teachings of Christ, this book is for anyone wishing to make a difference in the world around them. In A Pocketful of Seeds, author and social-change agent Debbie Johnson issues a challenge to herself and her readers: let’s sow “seeds” into the world every day for a year and see how we—and the world—are changed.

A Pocketful of Seeds isn’t just a devotional; it’s a collection of inspirations and ideas for world changers. And it’s not just for established Mother Teresas or Nelson Mandelas, but for everyday people who itch to break free and make an impact—
a real impact.
If that is the cry of your heart, then you are the perfect person to take on the
365-day challenge of
A Pocketful of Seeds.

 

Growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas, Debbie Johnson has always had a passion for social change. In 1995, she founded DenverWorks to equip the unemployed in her community. She led the organization for ten years before she left to serve first as the VP of Programs at Dalit Freedom Network,
then as the Executive Director of India Transformed.
She returned to DenverWorks as Interim Director 2015-July 2016.

She and her husband live on a farm near the Rocky Mountains. Debbie loves picking vegetables from their garden and fixing good ol’ Southern meals
for her family and friends.

 

Living to Worship Him,
Kela

 

 

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About Kela

I’m Kela! I am a Daddy’s (Abba Father) girl, wife, mom, and grandma. I’m also an educator, writer, singer, Bible study leader, and mentor.
I’m a Southern girl that drinks coffee even in the heat of Summer.
My passion is encouraging others in their faith.

  • Michelle Slomp

    I have heard of this teaching before bit never in this way. Love it. Small changes can indeed change the world.

  • Julie Flood Beebe

    Doing something for someone in need, no matter how small. Showing the love of God to others.

  • Tonya Tucker

    Leaving Seeds of a legacy -happen everyday day in the small things like reading the Bible passage out loud at the dinner table,Seeds of love are sown into our hearts by those around us, big and small,the laughter given when know one knows what to do,or the giving a kind word at the right time is a seed ,that over time will grow. I love this about seeds.and should read this book.