Undiminishable riches


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A theologian said God’s resources are so unimaginably vast that no matter how much you take, you cannot in the least reduce the sum of them.

So when God says “no,” it is NOT because He doesn’t have. It may be the request is bad (like a baby who demands more ice cream than is good for him: “I WANT!”). Or it may

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be that His “no” is really “wait.” God wants to build patience and character in us, so He doesn’t respond instantly.

Jesus is unflinchingly unequivocal: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you — Matt. 7:7 NIV. A resounding “yes!” will greet every request. But He doesn’t say when.

I track the success rate of my prayer requests. Sometimes I downright dumbfounded: everything I asked for. I asked for more students in the school where I teach, and He answered. I asked for finances f

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or my church, and He answered. I asked for a certain troubled youth to come around to Jesus, and He answered.

You may think prayer is for grannies who have nothing better to do. I think prayer is greater efficiency than spinning your wheels in sand. At your disposal is unlimited wealth. You can only exploit it by praying.

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13 responses to “Undiminishable riches

  1. I couldn’t agree more!

  2. Great idea keeping a track record of your prayer request. I never thought of that before. More reminders of how faithful God is. 🙂 I also liked your post “too much” back in Feb. I think the comments were closed on that one but I enjoyed it very much.

  3. Thank you so much for sharing such an encouraging truth!

    PS. may I leave my prayer request here? My friends’ 1 years old daughter is undergoing surgery right now in the US. Please pray for the miraculous healing upon her and the strength for the parents. Thank you so much.

  4. Yes and Amen. God does answer prayers that are in accordance to His will. He is neve short of finances.

  5. Prayer is very powerful; the results can be amazing.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and liking “Ocean Breath.”

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