For all the promises of God are “Yes” in Christ!

—2 CORINTHIANS 1:20
 

 

Every saint who comes to God with a true heart, and sends earnest petitions to him in faith will be answered; but we must have enduring faith. We must not for a moment let go the promises if we do not see and realize the immediate answers to our prayers. We must not waver. We must rely upon his sure promise, “Ask and ye shall receive.” God is too wise to err, and too good to withhold any good thing from them that walk uprightly. Man is erring, and although his petitions are sent up from an honest heart, he does not always ask the things that are good for himself, or that will glorify God. The Review and Herald, June 12, 1855 

 

 

 

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These short devotions begin with a promise and finish with a prayerful response from the message. Experience more thoughtful prayers and a deeper appreciation of the power of God’s word. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The lessons of Christ were illustrated so clearly that the lowest and most simple-minded could readily comprehend them. Jesus did not employ long and difficult words in His discourses, but used plain language, adapted to the minds of the common people. — Testimonies for the Church Volume 4, p.260 

 

How may we pray for you?

 

PRAY IN FAITH. “THIS IS THE VICTORY THAT OVERCOMES THE WORLD, EVEN OUR FAITH.” PREVAILING PRAYER IS THE PRAYER OF LIVING FAITH; IT TAKES GOD AT HIS WORD, AND CLAIMS HIS PROMISES.

SIGNS OF THE TIMES, NOVEMBER 18, 1886