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By Brenda Kunneman
 
 
 

Make Your Request Known

[Tuesday, January 10]

“God says, I am imploring you to let your requests and desires be known to Me! I wait for your supplications to come before My throne. What do you need? Ask it of Me and I will work on your case and do things that human power could not have accomplished.”



Prophetic Scripture:

Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God (Philippians 4:6).

Here the Bible is telling us to make our requests known to God. It isn’t telling us to shy away in the belief that God thinks our requests are ridiculous. Instead, we are told to ask and make our needs boldly known.

The funny thing is that God knows exactly what we need before we ever ask! He already knows what we desire! Yet, even though God knows our needs and already knows what we are going to pray about, He still wants us to make these requests.

It’s because God wants to hear us come in agreement with Heaven and use our faith. He wants to hear you express your belief in His faithfulness and goodness! God is a Father and He loves when you come to Him as Papa God and ask Him to meet your needs. What good father wouldn’t want to hand his children good things? (See Matthew 7:11.) Your loving Daddy loves to hear your own unique voice, so don’t be afraid to just ask Him. He will provide all you need and wants to do impossible things for you!


Prayer:

Dear Heavenly Father, You are my Father. I let my request concerning ___________________ be known to You today. I know You love to hear me ask You for things. Therefore, Lord, I ask you to meet my needs. I thank You, Lord, for answering me and being such a wonderful Father! I love you Lord, amen.

 

 

Taken from The Daily Prophecy devotional book published by Destiny Image.  For a complete collection of Brenda Kunneman's daily prophecies, click here to order The Daily Prophecy.


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