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.
What makes a desert a desert? Obviously the lack of rain, which directly results in lack of vegetation, which results in lack of animal life. So if it would rain regularly, would the desert cease to be a desert???
The Lord says in Isaiah, as the rain and snow come down from the heavens, water the earth and makes it fertile, so that it would give seed to the sower and bread to the eater, so will His Word be.
What is His Word? Remember the parable of the sower in Luke? The seed is the Word of God. Hebrews tell us that the Word of God is alive, active and full of energy. Every expression or term or element in the Bible has power. Power to cause a significant effect in your life. The Word of God can make even the most hardened soil fertile. And that is what the Lord wants for you, that you would have life, and life in abundance! The watering of His Word will soften your heart, planting the seeds of life removing all the dryness and barrenness and infusing you with abundance!
Let us not forget that the Word of God became flesh in Jesus Himself, the Word that was in the beginning, the Word that was with God and the Word that was and is God!
00So when God speaks about sending His Word, He has already sent His Son Jesus to us, in what we celebrate this season. Jesus is the fullness of every promise that is given to us in the Bible. When we accept Jesus, we are partakers of all His promises. Praise be to the Most High!