By unpacking Ephesians 3:20-21, we can discover at least 3 principles that mean God is about to do far more than you can even ask for or imagine.
Throughout Scripture, we are commanded to always be praying (1 Thessalonians 5:17, Ephesians 6:18, Philippians 4:6). However, this does not mean God wants us to always keep asking him for one specific thing until he gives it to us. Sometimes God will actually lead us to stop asking for something we have been relentlessly asking for.
Here are 3 reasons God does not want you to pray for a sign.
Many Christians have been blessed with a godly marriage once they stopped trying to find a spouse. Many people found their dream job once they decided to just be content at their current place of employment. And many people actually got back together with their ex that they still loved once they decided they had to let this person go.
There are basically three primary categories through which God speaks to his people: the Bible, the Holy Spirit in our hearts, and the circumstances in our lives. But each one of these categories is very in-depth and can be expressed in multiple ways.
Here are 4 biblical steps to take when you need guidance from God.
Here are 3 signs God is positioning you for his provision and increase.
We can’t manipulate God. If he doesn’t want to give you something, he won’t give it to you (1 John 5:14-15).
What does the Bible say about planning too much? Here are 4 signs God is telling you to stop planning so much.
One of the primary ways God communicates to his people is through the Bible. But how, exactly, will God speak to you personally through the Scriptures?