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John 12:24 (KJV)
Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit.
Agriculture and farming is very important to the sustenance of a nation. It’s amazing how a tiny grain of seed can reproduce, be processed and be packaged in different forms, in order to feed many. Many, however, don’t care about how it all works. They forget that before products are ever placed on store shelves as food, a seed was sacrificed and buried.
Many believers have also forgotten that God’s Word calls us the planting of the Lord, which means that we are also seeds. At our new birth, we become seeds in His hands, which afterwards must then go through the process of dying in order to bear fruit (Isa 61:3, Lk 9:23)
From our Bible verse, it is inevitable for us to die and it doesn’t necessarily mean physical death, but rather, it means us sacrificing daily our fleshly man for the sake of maintaining our oneness with Christ. When this becomes our life’s pattern, His desires will then become our own desires, prompting us to act in faith by way of evangelism, to the conversion of souls of men from being worthless weeds destined for destruction, into valuable, life carrying and seed-bearing fruits by the help of the Holy Spirit. This is what bearing fruit and feeding the nations is all about (Jn 15:1-17).
It is one of the clearest ways by which the sincerity of our love for God is proven. Just like Jesus asked Peter to sacrifice his life for the sake of feeding the church, He is also asking us today to give up ordinary fishing (pursuing things that appeal to the flesh) and instead become fishers of men by feeding them with the Word of God (Matt 4:19 Matt 28:19, Jn 14:15, Jn 21:16-19).
Go into today, denying the flesh for the sake of Christ and as you do so, your life will become an epistle that will feed men with the life of God until they receive salvation.
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