Part II of a now three part scripture-packed article reflecting on how to receive what you ask for in prayer.
GOD DOES ANSWER PRAYERS & GRANTS REQUESTS under two (thus far revealed) conditions…In Part I of this reflection, we will focus on the first condition (though some points may coincide with the second) and use our perfect example, Jesus Christ, to assist us in doing so.
In the midst of God’s love, nothing else exists–no sickness, no pain, no anger, resentment, or jealousy. In the midst of God’s love, there is nothing else, but Light. Weightless, fearless, peaceful–You ARE enough. In the midst of God’s love…is God’s love. Selah. Hallelujah and Amen. –Precious Romans 8:35, 37-39 Who shall separate us from […]
We Americans love a great “comeback” story. We are disappointed when the underdog, or Superhero doesn’t end up with the victory. Many times, it seems like the villain is winning, or has won, just to be surprised and ultimately defeated and brought to justice. If you truly think about it, these aren’t realistically comeback stories. […]
I’ve arrived at a new perspective of what can be perceived by many as a “silent God.” If I were to describe my perception of what’s happening when it seems like our heavenly Father is silent and not answering our prayer(s), I’d venture to say that He’s operating much in the same way that a […]
I find it to be intriguing that in one of the most popular Psalms known to man, David characterized Jesus as being a shepherd—the exact same occupation that David held before he became King. It makes sense that David would compare the Lord to a Shepherd. It was the one occupation that David was most […]
Children are expected to do what’s right even outside of their parents’ presence. We parents feel that our children’s behavior is a reflection of us. Isn’t this the same with God? We should do what’s right even when the enemy sneaks in lies that tell us that what we are doing doesn’t matter, that our […]