“God Will Answer Your Questions!”
Will you take the time to ask God? God knows everything, and He is still in the prayer answering business. We just need to ask. This week I am rejoicing over answered prayer. Perhaps you need some answers, or are going through something right now and you need direction. I just want to encourage you to keep taking your questions and concerns to God. He will answer!
Matthew 7:7-8 says; “Ask, and it shall be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened.” I am a witness, and I know there are so many witnesses out there that can testify about how God answers prayer.
Recently, I was faced with a difficult decision to make. I had two very important events on the same day. Both were on the same day, but one was being held in Maryland and the other was in Decatur, Illinois. There was no way that I could do both. Initially, I was torn because both were very important to me. I immediately prayed and asked God what should I do? I thank God for giving me an answer and letting me know that I made the right decision. Sometimes God answers right away and sometimes, God reveals the answer over time. His answers are; yes, no, and wait. He will never give you answers that are contrary to His Word.
When you ask Him a question, believe that He will answer. He will answer in a variety of ways. Read God’s Word and look for an answer in scripture. Pray and then take time to be still, He speaks. Sometimes your answer may come from a spiritual authority in your life. God can speak through any one or any thing that He chooses. Go to church and listen to the Word of God, He speaks from the pulpit. Look and listen for God to speak in your every day life. God speaks and one of the things that I love is that He will often confirm His will for you. Ask God and wait for His answer!
Until next week . . .
Amen. This post is confirmation for me right now! God really does hear our prayers and requests, and He desires to answer them for us. Thank you for writing this!
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