It is to trust that if we live our life doing good and showing mercy or compassion, it 'will always bear fruit
and will someday return to benefit you.
In this way, the Fellows program, if successful, will grow high-potential saplings into strong, tall trees that bear fruit
We hope their reconciliation and reintegration efforts would bear fruit
but we stand ready to continue to assist them in their efforts against the Taliban, the havoc they cause and the way they threaten innocent Afghans,'' she said.
We've learned some heavy lessons along the way, but all that hard work is starting to bear fruit
President Barack Obama said that negotiations between Turkey and Armenia could bear fruit
Although the fruit won't grow into bananas you see in shops, it is still unusual for the trees to bear fruit
in this country.
A treasure is entrusted, talents are offered, which ought to be accepted with responsibility so that they may bear fruit
This is one of the areas that SEA has been emphasizing and the centre is starting to bear fruit
Second, the establishment should say, "How can we help you bear fruit
within your new ecclesiastical arrangements?
Foss emphasizes that our efforts need to bear fruit
and challenges the oft-used maxim "God doesn't call [one] to be successful; God only calls [one] to be faithful.
He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit
he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful.
Staller's impact on the lives of FFA members will bear fruit