Prayer For All Round Fruitfulness

Prayer Points on Fruitfulness – Meaning of fruitfulness in the Bible

Prayer For All Round Fruitfulness

Meaning of fruitfulness in the Bible and prayer points on fruitfulness. March 24. There is fruitfulness, and there is overflowing fruitfulness. The difference in the two is the quantity. Overflowing fruitfulness is abundant. Let’s tell God to make us experience an overflowing fruitfulness.

Bible Verse on Fruitfulness

“By this my Father is glorified, that you bear much fruit and so prove to be my disciples.” (John 15:8)

Prayer points on fruitfulness. The first commandment God gave man was to be fruitful, and it is the will of God that we are fruitful.

It is expected of us to be fruitful because God has already given us the capacity to be fruitful and also he granted us the permission to be fruitful. Everybody desire to be fruitful. Whatever you find yourself doing, you really want it to grow.

Even as a Christian, preaching the gospel and winning souls is an act of being fruitful because you multiply the Kingdom of heaven.

Hannah was fruitless until she cried out to God. She initially wanted just one boy but she experienced overflowing fruitfulness, she had six children.

God is capable of giving you beyond your request, God can make you to be fruitful if you are experiencing fruitlessness, just depend on him. Paul in Acts 19:11-12, was so anointed that his handkerchiefs performed miracles.

That’s an anointing that causes an overflow. Trust God for overflowing fruitfulness because only he can give you.

Be Fruitful Prayer for Today

Lord Jesus, I praise you for the gift of another day. I was able to open my eyes and I felt my heart beating. That’s because your mercy still stand for sure.

Lord, help me to forgive those that will trespass against me today. Teach me to stand strong in you and let my ways be aligned with yours and let me not deviate from it. Guide me through temptation, do not let me fall into temptation.

Lord, it is your will that we should bear fruit. I want to bear fruit so much that the world will see it in me and that your name may be glorified. Help me Lord to achieve this. Because the world is expecting our manifestation, I will bear fruit that will make me manifest, to your glory alone. Amen.

Fruitfulness in the Bible

Meaning of fruitfulness in the Bible and Bible based prayer points on fruitfulness. A fruitful man is one who is merged with Jesus – he grows, overgrows, thrives and reproduces many fruits.

Fruitfulness is the goal for every believer, for every Christian.
John 15:1-2 says, “I am the true vine, and My Father is the vinedresser.

Every branch in Me that does not bear fruit He takes away; and every branch that bears fruit He prunes, that it may bear more fruit.”

  • The Vine – Jesus. He is the Source and origin of the believer’s life.  He supplies and deliver everything necessary for growth in life, faith and fruitfulness.
  • The Branches – Jesus disciples, believers whose growth and lives depend on a communion and relationship with God, the Source of Life.
  • The Fruit – the fruits of spiritual life are manifested in the acts of the believer.
  • The Pruning – process through which God mercifully helps us, our spiritual life. He removes the unwanted “branches” in our lives without harming us.
  • The vineyard owner – God, our heavenly Father. He is the farmer who takes care of vineyard.

Prayer Points on Fruitfulness

  1. John 15:8 By this My Father is glorified, that you bear much fruit; so you will be my disciples.
  2. Psalm 92:13-14 They are planted in the house of the Lord; they flourish in the courts of our God. They still bear fruit in old age; they are ever full of sap and green.

  3. Genesis 28:3 God Almighty bless you and make you fruitful and multiply you, that you may become a company of peoples.
  4. Psalm 1:3 He is a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season,   and its leaf does not wither. In all that he does, he prospers.

Fruitfulness is the goal for every believer, for every Christian.

Trust God for overflowing fruitfulness because only he can give you. Amen.

Also read: Who the Son sets free is free indeed. Prayer for Today

Источник: https://prayray.com/prayer-points-fruitfulness-bible/

Living Faith Church Worldwide International | INTERCESSORY PRAYER GUIDELINES FOR 21-DAY PRAYER AND FASTING

Prayer For All Round Fruitfulness

Day 1: Monday, January 5th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, thank you for confirming the Exceeding Grace agenda 2014 to the fullest in the Winners’ family worldwide (1 Kgs. 8:15).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, let there be diverse overnight turnaround testimonies in my life throughout this year (Gen. 41:1-16).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, cause every Winner to experience the reality of heaven on earth this year as prophesied (Rev 21:1-4).

Day 2: Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, we thank you for your good word to us this year because we know none of them shall fail (Num. 23:19).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, by Heaven on Earth at work, bring to a permanent end all forms of struggles and hardships that have trailed the careers and businesses of members of the Winners’ family (Zephaniah 3:19).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, let there be Heaven on Earth order signs and wonders in all our churches worldwide leading to uncommon gathering of multitudes (Acts 5:12,14).

Day 3: Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, we thank you for preservation and divine covering over the Winners’ family worldwide all through year 2014 (Zech. 2:5).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, turn me into a man of exploits after the order of Daniel, this year (Dan. 1:9; 2:46).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, make every winner an aggressive soul winner. Let the fresh zeal for personal evangelism come upon every member this year (Acts 8:4; 11:21).

Day 4: Thursday, January 8th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1: Father, thank you for changing our levels through constant revelation of your words in year 2014 (Gal. 2:2).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, let your unspeakable gifts bring out every member of this church into the open this year as it was the case of Daniel (Dan. 5:11-14).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, make 2015 a year of Heaven on Earth for our nation. Let there be tangible progress for this nation in every sector and level of governance (Ps. 144:13-15).

Day 6: Saturday, January 10th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, I thank you for answering all my prayers since the week began (Jn. 11:41).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, let this year be my year of supernatural advancement after the order of Moses (1Sam 12:6).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, give unto us wisdom for effective follow-up of new converts and first timers in all our assemblies worldwide (Acts 16:4-5).

WEEK II

Day 8: Monday, January 12th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, we thank you for divine protection over our lives, families, properties and other endeavours in 2015, making the plans of the enemies of none effect to us (Ps. 105:13-15).
  • PRAYER 2:Give every member of the Winners’ family marital breakthroughs that will silence all mockers in this New Year (Prov. 18:22; Ps. 68:6).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, let there be greater replication in our WSF leading to greater establishment of new converts and first timers (Acts 2:46,47).

Day 9: Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, we thank you for your ear that is always open to our intercessions and supplications granting us the desires of our hearts (Ps. 65:2).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, let there be waves of strange healings, deliverances, preservation of life etc, among the Winners’ family this year (Job 33:21-25; 10:12).
  • PRAYER3:Father, give your servant all round rest for absolute focus. Let there be no distraction whatsoever for him (1 Kgs.5:4).

Day 10: Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, we thank you for the helps you are making available for your servant this year (Ps. 89:19).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, let there be rain of financial fortune upon my life all through the year 2015 that will lead to massive transference of wealth for me as was the case of Israel (Ex. 3:21; 12:36).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, by the spirit of faith that is at work in this Commission, cause us to enjoy conquest over our enemies after the order of Esther this year (Est. 5:2; 7:1-10).

Day 11: Thursday, January 15th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, thank you for the unspeakable favour, unimaginable favour and out-of-this-world kind of favour that this year holds for everyone in the Winners’ family (2 Cor. 9:14,15).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, in this Heaven on Earth, terminate ever form of disgrace that I have hitherto suffered concerning my fruitfulness (1 Sam. 1:6,7,11-19).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, we decree the release of your angels to the highways and hedges, compelling the influx of multitudes into our assemblies worldwide and as they come, they shall be firmly established (Matt. 13:39).

Day 13: Saturday, January 17th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, I thank you for the assurance of divine protection over my life and that of my family all through the year 2014 (Ps. 103:4).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, cause me to experience unexplainable dominion in all areas of my life after the order of Israel this year (Ps. 44:1-3).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, establish a wall of fire roundabout all members of the Winners’ family against all forms of assault (Ezek. 34:25).

WEEK III

Day 15: Monday, January 19th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, thank you for your covering over lives, families, properties and businesses all through last year and for delivering us from the hands of the wicked ones (Ps. 116:8).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, destroy the yoke of barrenness in our midst and cause everyone expecting the fruit of the womb to bring forth speedily this year. SOS 4:2; Ps. 127:3
  • PRAYER 3:Father, for everyone that is set for marriage this year, grant such individual exceeding grace dimension of speed with honour, joy, peace, fruitfulness and fulfillment (Ps. 68:6).

Day 16: Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, we thank you because you will make all the places round about your people a blessing and there shall be showers of blessings upon every winner this year (Ezek. 34:26).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, trouble every troubler of our nation and let their wicked deeds return on their heads and their children (2 Thess. 1:6).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, grant the leadership fresh oil of wisdom and new depth of revelation to match the demands of this year Heaven on Earth agenda (Judg. 6:14).

Day 17: Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:
  • Father, thank you for the explosive church growth recorded last year both spiritually and numerically (Acts. 3:6).
  • PRAYER 2:
  • Father, let this year be a year of supernatural enthronement for every Winner. (Rev. 5:10; Ps. 105:20-21).
  • PRAYER 3:
  • Father, we decree the establishment of all our foreign mission operations and greater open doors this year (Rev. 3:8).

Day 18: Thursday, January 22nd , 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, once again we lift up our hearts in appreciation for the glorious and precious gift of this New Year Heaven on Earth 2015(Lam. 3:23).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, empower the statutory bodies and leaders in our local assemblies with wisdom for healthy growth and establishment (Prov. 24:3).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, heal the economy of this nation and restore her lost glory (2 Chr. 7:14).

Day 20: Saturday, January 24th, 2015

  • PRAYER 1:Father, I thank you because all through this year I will be enjoying your ‘Heaven on Earth’ and ‘wonders without end’ order of blessings as prophesied (2 Cor. 9:14,15).
  • PRAYER 2:Father, by the spirit of faith that is at work in this Commission, cause me to enjoy conquest over my enemies after the order of Esther this year (Est. 5:2; 7:1-10).
  • PRAYER 3:Father, let supernatural blessings become the order of the day in my life all through this year (Deut. 28:1; 33:23).

Источник: http://faithtabernacle.org.ng/general/intercessory-prayer-guidelines-for-21-day-prayer-and-fasting/

The Fourfold Purpose of Pruning — IHOPKC Blog

Prayer For All Round Fruitfulness

Suffering is both the context and fruit of a fallen world. Everyone has experienced suffering. At some point or other, everyone has been hurt, betrayed, taken advantage of, or oppressed by someone else.

Yet the Bible promises that God will use even suffering to work for good on behalf of the redeemed. The unbeliever doesn’t share in this promise; it’s reserved for those who love the Lord and are called according to His purpose.

Knowing this, we can rest in the truth that the Lord uses every season to form greater intimacy with Him and greater fruitfulness for Him.

In John 15:1–8, Jesus describes a season in the life of a believer when God initiates loss in the life of a believer—this is called pruning.

The pruning season can bring loss on various fronts—financial, resources, impact, influence, stature, reputation, position, or opportunity.

To be pruned is to lose the basis upon which everyone around you measures you as successful. But know this—the Lord has purpose for us in the season of loss.

1. Pruning Makes Fruitful Branches More Fruitful

It is important to understand that the Lord prunes the fruitful branches, not the unfruitful.[1] The unfruitful branches aren’t pruned; they are separated from the vine and thrown into the fire.

The pruning season comes to the fruitful believer, giving the hope of greater fruitfulness in the next season.

James tells us to consider it all joy during seasons of trial because of the sanctification it brings.

“Every branch in Me that does not bear fruit He takes away; and every branch that bears fruit He prunes, that it may bear more fruit.” (John. 15:2; emphasis added)

My brethren, count it all joy when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience. But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing. (James. 1:2–4)

2. Seasons of Pruning Demonstrate the True Source of One’s Fruitfulness

During a season of fruitfulness, one can mistakenly assume that the life of the vine remains in the branches that are yielding the beautiful fruit and flowers. In other words, in a season of prosperity we can easily believe that fruitfulness comes from our labors, strategies, and talents.

Pruning safeguards our hearts from independence and pride, allowing us to refocus on abiding in the vine. It reminds us that God did not call us because of our impressiveness. He called us in our weakness to be a display of His glory. We are reminded of our great need for God and become grateful to Him as our life source.

When we recognize once again the truth that the life is in the vine, it becomes our liberty. Our success is not rooted in our performance but in God’s amazing life that dwells in us and moves through us. The pruning process removes the distractions and inordinate pursuits that keep us from abiding in Christ.

God becomes our wonderful preoccupation once more, and the first commandment of loving God with everything is repositioned to its proper, primary place.

3. Pruning Causes a Two-Fold Movement of the Word of God in Our Lives

In pruning, the Word cultivated from the previous season is tested for its genuineness, and the present trial forces us to internalize new realities from the Word that will yield fruitfulness in the next season.

The pruning process, first, causes us to manifest, in the present, the very Word that was cultivated in the previous season. The Word cultivated in the previous season is tested and proven genuine.

The spirit of wisdom and revelation resting upon our lives is more than Bible knowledge and mastering biblical language in our prayer lives. God desires that the Word becomes flesh—that is, for the implanted Word to displayed in our daily lives.

Responding in humility is much better than simply preaching on humility. Trials cause that which is in us to come to the surface.

And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth. (John 1:14)

Receive with meekness the implanted word, which is able to save your souls. But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves. (James. 1:21–22)

In this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while, if need be, you have been grieved by various trials, that the genuineness of your faith, being much more precious than gold that perishes, though it is tested by fire, may be found to praise, honor, and glory at the revelation of Jesus Christ. (1 Peter 1:6–7)

Secondly, pruning drives us in a focused way to the Word and places the Word deep in us. Pruning drives us to search out what we wouldn’t have otherwise in this season.

The Word that is cultivated within us in a pruning season becomes the platform for God to launch us from in next season. A pruning season looks bare with regards to external activity but forces an internal cultivation of the Word.

Trials force us to wrestle with the important questions of life that don’t get addressed in seasons of plenty.

What’s happening to my life right now? What am I doing? Why am I doing it? Why does my heart feel this way? I think I am secure in my identity as one loved by God and as a lover of God. Or am I? These questions drive us to the Word for answers that will form the basis of our next season of ministry.

4. Successful Pruning Results in Authority in Prayer

Jesus ends this allegorical section of the vine and branches with the most amazing promise: If you cooperate with the pruning process and are found abiding in the vine while going deeper into God’s Word (God’s nature and purposes), you’ll receive authority in prayer.

“If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you. By this My Father is glorified, that you bear much fruit; so you will be My disciples.” (John 15:7–8)

I’ve quoted this verse with great joy on many occasions! However, I had detached it from its context in the pruning process. Authority in prayer is a powerful result of the pruning process and becomes the very foundation from which the new season of fruitfulness springs.

Prayer flowing from a heart undistracted and filled with the Word provides the foundation for the next season of abundance. Be of good cheer, believer, when the pruning comes.

It is the evidence of a past fruitful season and will be the means by which more fruit will come!

See the example of Lazarus. John 11–12 tell us that Jesus loved Martha and Mary; yet He chose them to endure the trial of Lazarus’ death.

Question: Are there past seasons you can reevaluate as pruning from God and give thanks for?

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