How have you been approaching God in prayer lately? Mad, confused, defeated, or filled with unbelief? It’s possible that God wants to answer your prayer but first must deliver you from what’s inside your heart. If you been having difficulty seeing an answer to some of your prayers this might just be the sermon for you. God doesn’t call us to stay wimpy and weak in our faith, but calls us forward to grow in the Spirit as we walk with Him. Hope you enjoy this sermon I wrote and spoke that talks a bit about the problem of uncertainty in prayer. God bless
What if the richest person in the world came up to you and asked you to ask them for anything you wanted, as long as it followed their morals and standards of living? Note that this rich person is very fond of you in a platonic way and wants to help you with anything, especially your needs. Their wealth is infinite, in the sense that no matter what you ask for their wealth will not be depleted much at all. They will match you up with anything or anyone that you need. Not only do they ask you if you want anything, they want you to ask them for the things you need. What’s even more awesome is you don’t even have to pick up a phone to ask them, you just have to start talking and they’ll hear you.
Most people now-a-days would probably be ecstatic at first about being able to do this. They would make sure they followed the rules of making the request. They would probably love asking daily because since they can see that person, they know who that person is, and trust in what others say about that person’s wealth they have full faith that this person could deliver their requests. Why, then, don’t people feel this giddy about God?