Matthew 7:7 ESV

Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.

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What did Jesus mean when He said, "Ask and you shall receive"?
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The Key To Answered Prayer - Charles Stanley
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3 Kinds of Answers From God - Charles Stanley
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Keep Praying
Ongoing, persistent prayer helps us discern God's will and ... Matthew 7:7-11. The most powerful thing a Christian can do is pray. ... Through His answers, we gain greater faith in Him and insight into what He deems good.
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God's Answers to Prayer - Charles Stanley
Matthew 7:7-11. Too often, believers view God as a great cosmic Santa Claus: We think of our prayers not as petitions but as demands. Then ...
Broadcast Companion
What Do Answers to Prayer Depend On?, Part 1
If we are unloving and unrepentant then we should not think that God is likely to answer our prayers.

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