[Just as the rain causes the grain to grow] 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 (Is 55:11).
I have heard this verse paraphrased as, “The word of God never goes out void, “ but the complete verse is so power-packed.
Our grandson recently told his little friend who doesn’t believe in God about Jesus (I would have loved to have overheard that conversation). And even though he’s only seven, that seed was planted. Maybe someday, when we are long gone, in desperation, this young man may call out to the Lord. And God will meet him there. His word always produces fruit. And it will prosper everywhere it’s sent.
That innocent little conversation may save his life—or save his eternal life.