Galatians

The Reason

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The A.S.K. Principle

Are your prayers being answered on a regular basis? If they are not you might want to examine the reason that you are asking what you are asking. It is critically important that if we want prayers to be answered that we ask for what God promises to give us.

In James we read that people are not getting their prayers answered because they were asking to consume it on their own lusts (James 4:3). How often do you pray for things that all about accumulating wealth in your life.  These things will bring you glory and most likely make you proud.  God knows if He answers these prayers, it will drive you away from Him. God knows effects of such a prayer would be devastating on your life  Often, He will not answer prayers like  this.

However, if He knows that you will take that wealth and give it…

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Galatians

Let the New Creature Live!

Galatians 6:15-18 (KJV) 15 For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision availeth any thing, nor uncircumcision, but a new creature. 6 And as many as walk according to this rule, peace be on them, and mercy, and upon the Israel of God. 17 From henceforth let no man trouble me: for I bear in my body the marks of the… Continue reading Let the New Creature Live!

Galatians

The Topic of Prayer

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The A.S.K. Principle

Prayers is a fascinating topic.  I am convinced that everyone prays, even the atheist.   I believe there is something inside each of us that wants to communicate with a higher authority..  Even when times are good, we desire to have reassurances that our lives are headed in the right direction and that we are making good decisions.  These reassurances often come from family members and friends but looking above and wondering is a recurring event.  Our thoughts and hopes go out of us to try and find someone who will care and lend a helping hand.  And all of us believe they get to someone who fits that description.

For those of us who call themselves Christian, it is God who we pray to. He has every answer to every question because He knows all things. (Psalm 139:1-6).  He can be anywhere we need Him to be because he can…

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