Fruitfulness: God’s Demand and The Christian’s Response

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While bearing fruit is not really popular with men and the very concept of ‘fruitfulness’ itself in the present church demoted to and mixed with the world’s definition and perception of fruitfulness; fruitfulness is the only evidence that we are godly (Matt.3:8 TVB, AMP; Matt.7:16, 20, 21-23) and it is the only qualification for divine attention as far as usefulness to God and being fit for His purpose and kingdom is concerned (1Sam.13:14).

In this present age, where tapping anointing and appearing anointed have been the mark for divine approval among men, the Holy Spirit, the Anointing Himself, intends to show us a better way.

 

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While bearing fruit is not really popular with men and the very concept of ‘fruitfulness’ itself in the present church demoted to and mixed with the world’s definition and perception of fruitfulness; fruitfulness is the only evidence that we are godly (Matt.3:8 TVB, AMP; Matt.7:16, 20, 21-23) and it is the only qualification for divine attention as far as usefulness to God and being fit for His purpose and kingdom is concerned (1Sam.13:14).

In this present age, where tapping anointing and appearing anointed have been the mark for divine approval among men, the Holy Spirit, the Anointing Himself, intends to show us a better way.

 

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