Thursday, February 2, 2012

Scripture for Today

God knows everything we need even before we pray and ask Him to hear our requests. God tells us that we are to present our requests to Him, and He will answer them! We don't have, because we don't ask. This also helps us with our faith, because we are taking that step and trusting our needs in His hands. 

Matthew 7:7&8-
"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened."

It is important to remember that God will ALWAYS ANSWER, but how He answers may not be exactly the answer that we want. For those who trust in Him, He is always looking out for our best interest because He is our heavenly Father. The answer will come. Maybe not right away, but be patient and remember that God hears you and you can rest in knowing that He will take care of you. 
Ask God to hear your requests, and seek Him with all of your heart.Then, step out in faith and start knocking on doors of opportunity and trust God will open the ones that He wants to open for you!!!!!!! 

For those who do not trust in Jesus, you cannot blame Him for what happens in your life. If you are not following Him then you are choosing to not travel on the safe path that He provides for you. You are choosing to journey from it and you will end up on very dangerous terrain and in places that you don't want to be. 

It is similar to if you were a competitor in a race. If you choose to not stay on the course outlined for you by the event staff, you cannot blame them if you choose to journey from it and you get hurt or get lost. The choices you make are yours. God allows us to have free will, because He loves us. If you choose to journey off on your own, then you are on your own and then cannot blame God. Thank God though that you can always make the decision to come back to the right course and ask Him to be with you in this life. He will ALWAYS take you back!!!!

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