Cast Your Bread
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Cast your bread. Posted on July 3, by Margaret. I cut my spiritual teeth on the old King James Version of the Bible, so most of my memorizing as a youngster was done in old English. I related best to the many word pictures in Scripture, and one of them I still recite goes like this.
Cast thy bread vpon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many dayes. - King James Version () - View Bible Scan. Cast your bread on the surface of the waters, for you will find it after many days. - New American Standard Version () Cast thy bread upon .
Feb 26, · You cast your bread (money) into the offering plate and after many days, maybe even 7 days it will return to you tenfold (for me it rarely does). I think that getting a tenfold business is some kind of reverse tithing concept. You tithe 10% and God will tithe tenfold to you. They are good returns.
Cast your bread upon the waters, For you will find it after many days.
So ‘cast your bread upon the waters' If you would so dare. Somehow it will come back to you— Some time. Some place. Somewhere. Be it time, or talent or, finance— Whatever you're able to give— Cast your bread upon the waters, And trust God as you live.5/5.
Aug 29, · Go out and work in the fields rather than watching the weather and waiting for the best possible time to sow or harvest, because God knows what weather is coming next but you don't. Don't eat your seed corn.: Of course, "cast your bread" makes .
Cast your bread on the surface of the waters, for you will find it [fn] after many days.
Apr 14, · We cast our bread out into the world, and we simply cannot know if every seed will find a place to grow. What we do know is that a significant number of seeds will grow. We should not get hung up on the fact that some of the seeds will not thrive (cf. Mark –20). Casting bread upon the waters evokes the law of sowing and reaping. The seed in this case is one’s acts of goodness.