Change Our Perspective (Morning)
Ephesians 3:20 Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us,
“It seems my prayers never been heard. I asked this but He gave me that. Does He even understand my prayers?” As Christians, how many of us ever let this question slipped? Many of us were faced with exactly the opposite of what we hope for. Even though we prayed for it intensely, but the answer cannot be further from our expectations. Then, it makes our daily prayers interrupted or halted, disappointed and bitter. We separate ourselves from God because we don’t see immediate benefits from praying and putting our hope in Him.
If that’s what we struggle with right now, you may rejoice. Our today’s rhema says He will do greater things than we ever hoped for. He doesn’t give us what we want but what we need and is even greater than that. He never limits Himself with trivial things, but He busying Himself with something greater. It’s just our minds that cannot fully comprehend His works. But when we could see as He sees, you’ll understand how things are unfolded.
He never enjoys putting His children in agony. But He loves to please His beloved children with miracles and blessings. He cares about our lives and well-being and wants to provide us with the best. So, keep believing, keep praying. If somehow He doesn’t answer our prayers yet, don’t give up. Keep your head up above and lift your sight. He will answer your prayers when the time comes.
NARROW-MINDEDNESS makes us think about how people think, not on HOW GOD THINKS.
1. Have you ever experienced and felt through His perception point of view?
2. Why does narrow-mindedness make us only able to think as normal people do?
3. What will you do to be able to think and percept like how God does?
“Father, forgive us if bitterness and disappointments separate us from Your grace. Make us able to see just as You see and think just like You think. Because we know, You only want the best for our lives. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”
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