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|On some occasions, we will be given what we ask, we will find what we seek, and |
we will receive what we knock for; but on ... Thus, when we ask, seek, and knock,
we should expect the answers that we receive to be an expression of God's ...
Trudy Govier - 1997 - 289 pages
|In Western cultures we ask routine questions and expect and receive straight |
answers. We find doing so to be normal and convenient; we take for granted the
fact that we can rely on other people in this way — to give us routine information ...
|If we cannot ask in faith we have no right to expect to receive what we have |
asked for. Still we are instructed to ask in ... Did we find it easy to agree with the
teachings and demands of God's Word by His servant? I did not ask if we found it
|If we inquire what favours they are that we may receive by asking for them in faith, |
nothing wavering, the Lord says in the ... Whatsoever a man may find to be his
privilege with bis God, we have no right to di shearten him, or to hinder his faith ...
|“We then, as workers together with him, beseech you also that ye receive not the |
grace of God in vain. ... We human beings are constantly before God with needs,
desires and wants, and when we ask, we expect an answer. It is God's wish to
give us the desires of our heart, for His Word says in Matthew 7:7-8, “Ask, and it
shall be given you; seek and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you
|What Can We Expect to Find? ... We ask them to accept apparent impossibilities: |
that moving the paw farther back into the trap is the way to get out-that hurting the
finger very much more will stop the finger hurting-that water which is obviously ...
|In all, we have had the use of seventeen automobiles in our married life thus far. |
Every one of the ... In thinking about The Lord's Word, when He said it is better to
give than to receive, we certainly find this true in our lives. There is real ... And, in
our lives, we find the blessings coming as surprises, when we least expect them.
|Great Prayers Always Go Back to Jesus Great prayers ask the improbable, expect |
the impossible, and receive the ... Our standing before God, any power we have
to move his heart, is based solely on Jesus and what he has done. ... and knock,
we will receive what we ask, find what we seek, and see doors open (Matt.
|This is a great booklet to distribute to those asking if we can know anything with absolute certainty. Can We Know the Truth?offers a thoughtful explanation for point 2 of the Gospel Coalition's confessional statement.|
|It is when we study truly fundamental problems that we expect to find beautiful |
answers. We believe that, if we ask why the world is the way it is and then ask
why that answer is the way it is, at the end of this chain of explanations we shall
find ... And in any case, we would not accept any theory as final unless it were