God always answers our prayers with a “Yes,” “No,” or “Wait,” but why does he sometimes answer “Yes” and sometimes with these other two options? We must accept that God is not required to always tell us why he does or does not do certain things. He is sovereign and he loves us, therefore no matter how he answers our prayers, we can always trust him.
But when we study the Bible about answered prayers, it does seem certain themes keep popping up. So here are four common biblical ingredients found in the type of prayers God often answers with a “Yes.”
What does the bible say about hoping in God? Is God asking you to put more hope in him? Here are 3 signs that can help you answer this question.
What does the Bible say about seeking God? Here are 5 things God often allows to happen in your life when he is calling you to seek him more.
Here are 5 easy ways to miss hearing God’s voice when he is actually speaking to you.
Psalm 18 is a powerful prayer penned by David when the Lord delivered him out of the hands of his enemies. While we may have human enemies attacking us just as David did, the truths in Psalm 18 can also be used to form prayers to protect us from other types of enemies as well – depression, anxiety, a financial crises, relational issue, temptations and so on.
So here are 5 prayers from Psalm 18 that God can use to protect you from your enemy.
1 Kings 19:9-13
Here are 3 signs the Holy Spirit is whispering something to you.
2 Corinthians 11:12-15
Here are 5 things that will often happen when Satan is trying to trick you by portraying a false sign as though it is from God when it is really not.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, social distancing has certainly been taking its toll on many people’s mental health. God created humans to need other people, so why is God allowing this trial of “social distancing” to affect so many of us?
Sometimes in life God tells us to get up and act, to make an intentional move forward towards that thing we have been praying about. But at other times God tells us to just wait. Whenever we are told to wait, God also desires our waiting to be patient.
When we study Ephesians 3:14-21, we can discover at least 4 biblical truths to help us pray for a breakthrough.