Here’s one of my favorite scriptures: Romans 1:20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood

Here’s one of my favorite scriptures:

Romans 1:20
For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

It meana that we can tell who God is and how God works by looking at the things that He has made.

Everything works the same way, whether physical or spiritual.

A physical seed and a seed of faith work the same way!

It’s a deep revelation folks, and we’ve got a prophet of God here to explain it to us.

Give this message below a read by Michael Endtimeprophet, and get your eyes opened to deeper truth.

Praise Jesus Christ!


An Obedient Sycamine Tree Part 1

A grain of mustard seed,
Was the smallest seed.
Jesus is using this example here in,
Verses 5 and 6.

Luke 17: 5And the apostles said unto the Lord, Increase our faith.
6And the Lord said, if ye had faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye might say unto this sycamine tree, Be thou plucked up by the root, and be thou planted in the sea; and it should obey you.

Jesus said “If you had.”
Because they didn’t have it.
They did not have this faith.
He said “if you had, the faith of a grain of mustard seed.”

What does that mean?
Why is Jesus using a mustard seed to signify faithfulness?
What in the world is he talking about?
Why is He using a grain of mustard seed to signify devotion,
And loyalty and faithfulness and endurance?

Here, a grain of mustard seed is the smallest of all seeds,
Yet when you put it in the soil,
Its faithful to keep working under the soil conditions,
And nutrients and keep producing.

Do you know that a full-grown mustard plant is 15 to 30 feet high.
That that seed maintains faithfulness,
In the soil to produce through the nutrients,
Through the sun through the water.
It keeps working,
Keeps faithful to produce that fruit.
That finished product.
It does its duty.
It stays faithful.

And he’s saying,
If you had faithfulness like/as,
A seed planted in the ground.

He’s asking him a question,
And Jesus is using a parable.

What is a parable?
Jesus uses physical terms,
To get you to understand a spiritual revelation.

This is not possible,
To take a Mulberry bush,
And plant it in the sea.

Jesus is not asking you to take a Mulberry tree,
And literally plant it in the sea.

I’m going to give you this revelation,
It’s a parable.
To get you to understand,
What your duty is, of faith.

And He’s saying,
“If you had.”
They didn’t have it.

First of all, they come to him in verse 5.
The apostles said to the lord, increase out faithfulness.
Add to our faithfulness.

Why did they ask Jesus this?
Because Jesus was faithful to him that appointed him.
They watched the faithfulness of Jesus,
To the will of God…

They knew that if they could come to Jesus,
The one that was faithful,
That lived by faith,
That walked out the purposes of God.

They would ask him to increase their faith,
Their devotion,
Their faithfulness,
Their loyalty,
Their constancy,
To the profession of God.

So, they’re coming to Jesus with a need.
They did not have the faith of a mustard seed.
They did not have that faithfulness to produce.

They wanted Jesus to
Increase their faith.

By Michael Endtimeprophet


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