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An Eternal Warranty

So shall My word be that goes forth from My mouth; It shall not return to Me void, But it shall accomplish what I please, And it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it. Isaiah 55:11 (NKJV)

If you are like most folks, then chances are you’ve purchased something new, only to have the warranty expire just when you needed it.  It could be a costly car repair, or a complete loss.  It can be frustrating to know something once valuable to you is now worthless. The downside to a warranty is they are only for a certain amount of time and then they become void.  

Thankfully God’s Word never fails, nor does it come back void (Isa. 55:11). It is timeless, it remains constant, and it never changes. We see this truth being spoken of in the Book of Isaiah. 

The grass withers, the flower fades, But the word of our God stands forever. Isaiah 40:8 (NKJV)

Not only will God’s Word stand forever, but also it will achieve God’s desired affect on every ear that hears it. It’s true!  Every ear hearing His Word will process it, and the Word will prosper in the very thing for which God sent it.  We can simply share God’s word in love, and then allow God to use it to work within the hearts of those who hear it.  We can be assured the message will have the desired affect intended by God.  

Some might ask, “Well if God’s Word never comes back void, then why don’t some people accept it when we share it with them?”  The answer is that God has given man freewill as to whether he/she will accept Him and His Word, or refuse to accept it and deny Him. This does not mean His Word didn’t have its desired affect though.  In fact, it has done exactly what God intended, even when a person refuses it. Not everyone will accept God or His Word, and yet God is still faithful to make sure these people have had an opportunity to hear His Word.  The fact they have heard it will be a testimony against them on the Day of Judgment — they will be without excuse. 

For others who hear the Word of God and don’t respond right away, it may take time for the seed of His Word to root and spring forth fruit within their lives.  Even the messages heard from decades earlier still do the work God intends, as the Holy Sprit through our memory brings up God’s Word and it begins to produce His desired effects.  

Jesus spoke of this principle of the sewing of the seed of God’s Word (See Matt. 13:3-23).  He likened the condition of the heart receiving the Word, to the condition of the soil receiving the seed — it is either good soil, or it is bad.  Therefore when it comes to God’s Word, the seed is never the issue.  God’s Word is the most powerful seed available, as it contains life.


For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Hebrews 4:12 (NKJV)

We can see how the Psalmist spoke of the Word’s affect upon his own life. 

Your word I have hidden in my heart, That I might not sin against You.  Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path. Psalms 119:11,105 (NKJV)

What should this mean to us as believing Christians?  It means we need to continue to share God’s Word and not worry about how it is received. Love the person, and sow it as unto the Lord (Col. 3:17).  

STUDY QUESTION: What can we learn from the Scriptures contained within this devotional with regard to God’s Word?

PERSONAL INVENTORY: Are you willing to sow God’s Word into the lives of those around you?

PRACTICAL APPLICATION: Be faithful to read God’s Word daily, and then apply it to your life.  Choose to be faithful to share it with others—telling them how it has affected us personally, and how God is changing us.  Our testimony is a powerful tool, as people can’t argue with results.

PRAYER FOR TODAY: Father, thank You for Your Word.  Thank You for allowing me to have it to guide me and transform me by the renewing of my mind.  Help me to remember what I have read in Your Word, and show me areas where I am not applying what I know to be right. In Jesus’ precious name, amen…


May the Lord bless your day abundantly, Scott




Copyright ©2017 by Pastor Scott Wright.
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