Bible sermons on fruitfulness and success


Memorise: “Then give you rain in due season, and the land shall yield her increase, and the trees of the field shall yield their fruit.” (Leviticus 26:4).

Read: Leviticus 26:3-4

In Genesis 1:28, God commanded you to be fruitful and multiply. If this is yet to be fulfilled in any area of your life, it is simply because you allowed what God has not planned for you. Married sisters who have not received children are yet to experience God’s perfect will. Any womb that is not bearing fruit is disobeying God’s express command. This must be stopped. According to Matthew 13:13, any seed of barrenness planted by the devil in your life must be uprooted.

“God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: bath he said, and shall he not do it? Or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?” (Numbers 23:19). If you experience barrenness in any area of life, it simply shows someone, somewhere is telling a lie. It is either the devil or God.

But God cannot lie, whereas the devil is the father of lies. From this moment, barrenness has ceased in your life. Rainfall is very crucial to fruitfulness. Rainfall is capable of provoking a turning-point. Without rain, there can be no good harvest. Deuteronomy 11:16-17 says when there is no rain, barrenness results.

Barrenness takes its toll on everything connected with physical fruitfulness. First, when there is no rainfall, there will be no vegetation and all the plants will die. Not long after, the animals will begin to die. When this situation persists, human lives will follow. And that would mean that God has failed at creation and would obviously need to begin again.

On the other hand, when rain falls, the earth will yield her increase. When God’s rain descends on your life, your spiritual life will begin to bear fruit, your business will experience a boom; your womb will be productive. At such a time, little efforts will be greeted with great success. If there is one thing you need this season, it is the rain of the Almighty. The rain that will usher in your turning-point, from bad to good, is going to fall on you.

Today’s passage says it takes two to generate the rain – you and God. On your part, God expects you to walk according to His leading, learn and hide His words in your heart and obey them. In order words, if you allow the word of God to occupy a domineering position in your life, at the right time, God will send the rain. God is ever faithful to do His part.

If you refuse to load your cloud, the rain will refuse to fall on you. Do something about this from today.

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