Mark 4:20 And these are they which are sown on good ground; such as hear the word, and receive it, and bring forth fruit, some thirtyfold, some sixty, and some an hundred.
The verse is pretty clear. No real doubt expressed. The good ground brings forth fruit. The only question is how much fruit.
That kind of does away with the whole idea that a person can be a Christian and live such a nominal life that nothing is ever produced. I find it interesting that the seed, the Word of God, is always good. It will do its work.
The questionable part of this equation is the ground. The ground represents us. We are the ground. We have been born again of the incorruptible seed. Now it is just a normal thing that we will produce fruit.
If you are not producing fruit then you should question what type of ground you are. If it seemed interesting at first but then you totally lost interest, well maybe you are not the good ground.
If so many problems came your way that you just couldnâ€™t keep believing, then maybe!
Well you get the idea. Good ground brings forth fruit. The amount will differ but there will be fruit!