Isaiah 55:11 - The Power of Gods Word.

Isaiah 55:11 (NIV) so is my word that goes 
out from my mouth: It will not return to me 
empty, but will accomplish what I desire and 
achieve the purpose for which I sent it.  

Isaiah 55:11 (NLT) 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.  


   The creative energy that called the 
worlds into existence is in the word of God. This 
word imparts power; it begets life. Every command 
is a promise; accepted by the will, received 
into the soul, it brings with it the life of the 
Infinite One. It transforms the nature and re-creates 
the soul in the image of God.  {Ed 126.4}   
   The life thus imparted is in like manner 
sustained. "By every word that proceedeth out of the 
mouth of God" (Matthew 4:4) shall man live.  {Ed 
   The mind, the soul, is built up by that 
upon which it feeds; and it rests with us to 
determine upon what it shall be fed. It is within the 
power of everyone to choose the topics that shall 
occupy the thoughts and shape the character. Of 
every human being privileged with access to the 
Scriptures, God says, "I have written to him the great 
things of My law." "Call unto Me, and I will answer 
thee, and show thee great and mighty things, which 
thou knowest not." Hosea 8:12; Jeremiah 33:3.  
{Ed 126.6}   


Expect Success
   The 19th-century English preacher Charles 
H. Spurgeon, known as the Prince of 
Preachers, recalled a time when a young man approached 
him for advice. 
   I have preached in the streets, the 
young man told him, and I have seen no 
   Do you expect people to be converted 
every time you preach? Spurgeon asked. 
   No, sir.
   That is the reason you do not 
succeed, said Spurgeon, because you do not expect 
to do so. 
   When I preach the gospel, I expect people 
to come to Christ - because there is power in 
the gospel. It impacts people. So I expect it. 
   When we share the gospel, we should 
expect God to bless it. Speaking to the prophet 
Isaiah, God said of His 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 (Isaiah 55:11 NLT). 
   No doubt you know someone who doesnt 
want to hear about the Lord. They dont want to 
hear you talk about the Bible. And they dont 
want an invitation to church. 
   Maybe youve written them off, because 
every time you engage them in a conversation, it 
turns into a conflict. But let me ask you 
something: Will you focus your prayers in particular on 
those difficult people? They may, in fact, be 
closer to coming to Christ than you realize. 
   Sometimes, one of the reasons a person 
will strike out at you when you share the gospel 
is because theyre under the conviction of 
the Holy Spirit. That very reaction could be a 
good sign rather than a bad one. So pray for 
those people. 
   William Carey said, Attempt great 
things for God. Expect great things from God. 
That is what we need to do as followers of Jesus 
Christ. [Greg Laurie from Harvest Ministries; 


Praying the Word and Finding the Answers
   Yesterday I invited you to use the Psalms 
- especially the questions in Psalm 77 - to 
express your emotions toward God. Something happens 
when we handpick a portion of God's Word to voice 
our heart-wrenching questions, "For the word of 
God is living and active" (Hebrews 4:12). 
There's power in God's Word. When we search the 
Scriptures to find words to wrap around our 
wretchedness, we are speaking God's language. And God 
   Jesus sets the example. When it comes to 
heartfelt questions and emotional pain, Jesus 
experienced both like no human ever has. He did not 
linger in the damp fog of Gethsemane. He moved in 
the direction of his Father and proceeded to the 
cross. There, he aimed his cries God-ward, not 
choosing his own words to wrap around his 
wretchedness, but - you guessed it - the words of a Psalm. 
"My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" he 
groaned, quoting Psalm 22:1. Praise his name, you and 
I became God's answer to Jesus' plea! 
   This does not mean our questions get 
answers. It doesn't mean cancer gets cured, wars 
cease, and drunk drivers stay at home. But God will 
respond to his Word. Instead of answers, we will 
find the Answer. When we turn toward God in our 
heartache, he promises our anguished hearts will find 
Jesus. And he is the One who holds all the answers 
- and all the questions - in his hand. 
   I turn to you today, dear God. I voice 
your word. Thank you for listening. Thank you for 
moving in my life. [Joni Eareckson Tada Daily 


Isaiah 55:11 - The Power of God's Word.


Hebrews 4:12 - Power Greater Than Nuclear.



If anyone has a paraphrase, commentary or 
testimony on this passage of Scripture, either 
personal or otherwise, I would be interested in 
hearing from you.  Thanks in advance and let's keep 
uplifting Jesus that all might be drawn to Him. Fred 


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