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Wait, and Watch God Affirm Your Faith I remember growing up with some old math books that had the answers at the end of the book. I could work out the equation, figure out the answer, and then go and check it in the back. Or not! What I actually did was go find the answer and then, knowing where I was supposed to end up, try to figure out how to do the equation.

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God Can Use Our Spirit-Controlled Desires to... When we want God’s direction for our lives, we should get our desires out of the way so that we can honestly say, “God, I’m willing to go either way — whatever you want is what I want.”

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Two Important Steps to Getting a Word from God Perhaps you’ve had a quiet time — when you get alone with God and read the Bible — where a verse that you’ve read a hundred times suddenly jumps out at you, and you think, “I’ve never seen that before!” Or suddenly you see a new way to apply it, and at the end of the day, you find out it was exactly what you needed for that day. That’s a rhema. God’s Spirit took a general word to everybody and applied it to you in a personal and practical way.

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The Holy Spirit Makes God’s Word Personal In order to understand how prayer works, you must understand that God speaks two ways. He speaks generally — the Word of God to everyone — and that is called logos. He also speaks personally to individuals through his Word, and that’s rhema. That’s one way God answers your prayer.

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Have You Met This Basic Condition for Answered... The Bible says God has laid out five conditions to answered prayer: you have an honest relationship with God, you harbor no unforgiveness toward anyone, you’re willing to share the results with other people, you ask God in faith, and you pray in Jesus’ name.

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Why Do We Pray in Jesus’ Name? The Bible says, “And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it” (John 14:13-14 NIV). God wants to answer your prayers, but he also wants you to ask in Jesus’ name.

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The Kind of Prayer God Answers There’s only one kind of prayer that God answers: the prayer of faith. Matthew 9:29b says, “According to your faith let it be done to you” (NIV). We see so little in our lives because we expect so little in our lives.

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Why You Pray Is More Important Than What You... If you expect God to bless your life, you must be willing to bless other people’s lives with the same benefits God has given to you. One of the conditions for answered prayer is a willingness to help those less fortunate with the blessings that we are given.

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Your Relationships Can Affect Your Prayers Nothing will hinder your prayers faster than resentment. When you hold a grudge, when you nurse an ill feeling, when you allow bitterness to grow in your life, it renders your prayers ineffective.

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Three Questions to Evaluate Your Relationship... Does God promise to answer everyone’s prayers? John 15:7 says, “If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you” (NIV). That’s a beautiful promise. But in Scripture, every promise has a premise. God promises to give us what we ask for — if we have an honest relationship with him.

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Step Six in Crisis: Humbly Confess Your Sin to God In the last few days we’ve looked at how to pray during a crisis. Daniel shows us six key principles during his prayer in Daniel 9. The first five of these principles are:

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Step Five in Crisis: Thank God for His Love and... You can’t do anything more important than pray during a crisis. As we’ve been learning, Daniel 9 gives us a great pattern for prayer as you walk through life’s toughest times.

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Step Four in Crisis: Show God You’re Serious... Daniel’s prayer in Daniel 9 provides us with a great model for how to pray during a crisis. In the last few devotions, we’ve learned from this passage to:

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Step Three in Crisis: Pour Your Heart Out to God Over the last few devotionals, we’ve been looking at how Daniel prayed during a time of crisis in his life and the life of Israel. His pattern shows us how we can pray in a way that God answers us.

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Step Two in Crisis: Focus and Seek God We’ve all had times of crisis that test everything in life, including our trust in God. Daniel gives us a great blueprint for prayer during these difficult times. We can find six important principles for this in Daniel 9. In the last devotional, we looked at the first of those principles — we let God speak to us before we speak to him.

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Step One in Crisis: Listen and Let God Speak First We will all face a time of crisis in life. In fact, we’ll likely endure many. You’ll have deaths in your family, job losses, and relational problems that will, at times, become crushing blows.

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Your Courage Draws Unbelievers to God It’s tough sometimes to stand up for what you know God wants and expects when everyone else just scoffs. But when you do, you’ll draw unbelievers to God.

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Your Courage Will Motivate Other Believers God wants you to have courage and stand up for his ways when everyone else sits down. But it’s not just for your own good. It’s for the good of others, too.

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Are You Ready for Your Miracle? Have you ever seen a miracle in your life? Many Christians haven’t seen a miracle because they’ve never given God the opportunity to do one. They’ve played it safe their whole lives.

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How Your Courage and Character Grow Standing up for God when you’re afraid isn’t just the right thing to do. It also builds your faith and your character.

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Fear Grows When We Refuse to Do What God Wants... We all have fears. Too often, though, we’ve let them rule over our lives and stop us from taking a stand for what we know God wants us to do. Like Daniel standing in the lion’s den, we face people and situations that threaten to destroy us — and our witness for Christ. But the choice is ours.

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Moving from What We Know About God to What We... There are 18 inches between your head and heart. But, unfortunately, some people will miss Heaven by those 18 inches. They know God in their heads but not in their hearts. They intellectually believe the Gospel, but they’ve never let it change their hearts.

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There’s a Difference Between Knowing and... God won’t teach you something new until you’ve put into practice what he’s already taught you. God isn’t in the business of simply satisfying your curiosity. He tells you something and waits for you to act on it. Once you act on it, then you get to go to the next step.

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Feed Your Mind with God’s Word You’ll hear a lot of concern these days about water pollution and air pollution. And those concerns are important. But there may be a more important pollution in our lives: mind pollution.

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Be Humble or You’ll Stumble Wise people remain humble. Humility and teachability go together. Be humble or you’ll stumble. Humility begins by simply realizing you’re not God. Whenever you get stressed, repeat this to yourself: “God is God, and I’m not. God is God, and I’m not. God is God, and I’m not.”

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