Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Prophecy 2: Isaiah 37:31

Daily Thoughts – December 3rd

Prophecy 2: Isaiah 37:31
Once more a remnant of the house of Judah will take root below and bear fruit above. - Isaiah 37:31
When a seed is planted in the ground, it is covered by the earth and the miraculous metamorphosis takes place, the grain of seed is eliminated but produces fruit in its place. The genetic code of every seed will produce exactly what is planted. A root will grow downward and strengthen the stalk, stem or vine which will grow upward. From the stem comes multiple seeds of the same grain as the original. In turn these seeds will produce multiple seeds when planted and so on and so on.
In this prophecy, Isaiah is pointing to the future fruit from the house of Judah. Written 700 B.C. he was foretelling of the Messiah, with a lineage through the Jewish fathers - Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Judah, and David. Jesus Christ is that remnant referenced by Isaiah. When Christ died and was buried, his root was strengthened by his legacy and his genetics from God the Father. His fruit, the seeds of his works, will blossom and be cultivated for all time going forward. Every disciple, apostle and subsequent Christian an image of the original seed of Christ.
Paul reminds us in 1 Corinthians 15; that the fruit sowed is from the original - wheat produces wheat; grass produces grass and corn produces corn. v38 "..to every seed his own body." Therefore as Christians, we are of Christ and carry His fruit with us. Where we plant, it will grow and multiply. We are an extension of His root and will continue to produce fruit of His image. This takes becoming intimately aware of the original though. The Word is your source for the knowledge to continually feed and strengthen your stem and fruit.
- Rich

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