Promises Of God

Deuteronomy 7:14 (NASB)

You shall be blessed above all peoples; 
there will be no male or female
 barren among you
or among your cattle.

Bible Commentary:

Deuteronomy 7:14 is a Bible verse in the Old Testament, which is a specific promise of God to give His people the best of all His blessings. This verse from the Book of Deuteronomy encompasses a vast array of God’s gifts, but one is crucial—the gift of His Son, Jesus Christ.

You can know even now in current times, all His blessings are offered to you through Christ. The Bible verse of John 3:16 tells us that God provided Jesus Christ as a gift to mankind to reconcile us back to Himself.


If you have accepted and received Jesus Christ as your Saviour, then you are already blessed above all peoples because you have Christ (the Holy Spirit) within you. There is no greater nor intimate gift.

Unlocking the Truth - The Promises of God’s Blessings

Even so, He offers us more. Let’s go deeper into Deuteronomy 7:14 and see what else God wants to give us. We’re going to peel back the lies so we can get to the truth and receive the blessing of God’s promises.

The word “barren” in Webster’s Dictionary means “sterile (incapable of producing fruit), without vegetation, unproductive, boring; dull.”


This verse isn’t just referring to a physical condition, but a spiritual one, a mental and emotional one as well—the condition of our souls.

Have you ever felt unproductive or bored? Maybe you’re retired from a job or you are in a role that makes you feel unproductive or unimportant.


That may be the way we feel, but the truth is that we are not barren in Jesus Christ. We must choose to stand fast in the truth and believe that we are fruitful and productive in Jesus, no matter how we feel.


The fruitfulness may not be visible to us, but that doesn’t mean it’s not there. God knows when and where He plans to use it and reveal it.

Our willingness is a key variable here. We begin to see the great things He is doing when we decide to submit to the process—accept His way, believing that He is doing something good in and through us.

And this is also key--we must be thankful while we wait for Him to show us the fruit.


We mustn’t be deceived by our emotions or our circumstances, though they can be very convincing. God is producing fruit in us while we wait on Him.

Read Deuteronomy 7:14 again, “You shall be blessed above all peoples; there will be no male or female barren among you or among your cattle.” We must participate in the receiving process by believing God and taking Him at His Word. 

Mark 11:24
Therefore I say to you, all things for which you pray
and ask, believe that you have received them,
and they will be granted you.


Study the Bible verse of Deuteronomy 7:14 so you can begin to believe and receive the promises of God’s best blessings.



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