Pastor Sina Alabi’s enlightening sermon focused on understanding the principle of unending fruitfulness, drawing inspiration from Job 22:21-25. This theme aligns perfectly with the overarching message of the month at the King’s Court: ‘No More Barrenness,’ promising a season of abundant fruitfulness. Key biblical references included Genesis 21:1, Exodus 23:26, 1 Samuel 1-20, and Genesis 30:22, emphasizing the divine promise of fruitfulness for God’s children. The sermon stressed that believers are entering a new season of greatness and fruitfulness, echoing the faithfulness of God as highlighted in Deuteronomy 7:9. It firmly established that nothing is impossible with God, referring to Psalms 113:9 and Luke 1:37. The message encouraged attaching oneself to God, knowing that goodness follows, even in the midst of life’s storms. It declared that barrenness has no place in the lives of those who believe in God’s promises. The sermon outlined principles for achieving unending fruitfulness: 1) Acquaintance with God. 2) Receiving divine instructions and embedding God’s word in the heart. 3) Allowing God to take control, believing it will end in praise, and returning to Him. 4) Rejecting sin passionately, refusing to be passive about worldly matters, and standing for God. The congregation was reminded to fill their hearts with the Word of God, with references to Isaiah 58:14 and Joshua 1:8. As you listen with the assurance that you are already fruitful because you have God and focus on Him, this is your season of more fruitfulness.