Categories: Inspiration

unfailing-ww-wikicommons“The rain and snow come down from the heavens and stay on the ground to water the earth. They cause the grain to grow, producing seed for the farmer and bread for the hungry. 11 It is the same with my word. I send it out, and it always produces fruit.

It will accomplish all I want it to, and it will prosper everywhere I send it. 12 You will live in joy and peace. The mountains and hills will burst into song, and the trees of the field will clap their hands!

13 Where once there were thorns, cypress trees will grow. Where nettles grew, myrtles will sprout up. These events will bring great honor to the Lord’s name; they will be an everlasting sign of his power and love.” (Isaiah 55:10-13, NLT)

This is a continuation of yesterday’s post. We don’t question the purpose of the rain and snow. It comes down from the heavens at the right time to water the earth and cause the grain to grow.

God wants to remind you today, the word that is sent out about your life will always produce fruit. This goes back to that word, trust. You must trust that what God has said will accomplish all He wants it to and it will prosper. Soon you will burst into song, soon you will clap your hands. Where there are thorns, life will grow. Where things were dead, fruit is sprouting up! Trust in the Word of God over your life, it will not return void!

Author: Stephen Young

Stephen’s Gate is a weekly devotion that purposes to encourage people to live the victorious life God has called them to. Stephen grew up in a Christian home and was raised in Church. As a young boy he was very shy and never wanted to be the center of attention, however, he always had the desire to preach and minister to others. God called him into ministry in his late twenties and he has enjoyed every minute of it. Stephen previously served as an Assistant Pastor in Fort Fairfield, Maine before moving to Georgia. Stephen and Kristen have been married for 11 years and have two beautiful girls, Abigail and Sydney.

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