Psalms 42:1; 51:12; Proverbs 3:6; Isaiah 43:2; John 3:16; Philippians 2:13; Hebrews 13:5
Jesus asked the two blind men a specific question: “What do you want me to do for you?” And they responded in a specific manner: “We want our sight.” When Jesus asks you a question, he wants you to respond in a specific way too.
But Jesus doesn’t want to be the only one asking questions. There are also some things he wants you to ask him!
Read through these statements and then check out the Scriptures listed above.
They will back up these questions and give you more information.
#1: He wants you to ask his help in revolving and centering your life around him. He doesn’t simply want to reside in your heart. He wants total residence in your entire life. He wants to guide and direct each one of your steps.
#2: He wants you to ask for a hunger and thirst for the things of God. It’s not enough to simply know him; he wants to develop a hunger within you to know him better. He also wants you to grow in your desire to be with his people.
#3: He wants you to ask him to help you keep up with the basics in developing a growing relationship with him. Without continuing in a consistent prayer life and in daily Bible reading, your relationship with Christ will slowly fade.
#4: He wants you to ask him to deepen your trust in his Word. He wants you to know—beyond doubt—that he never breaks his promises.
Know You can wholeheartedly trust the creator of the universe. He has never broken his word, and he never will. One of his greatest desires is to strengthen your faith and help you draw ever closer to him.
Trust Him with the issues in your life, stay committed to growing in your relationship with God and you will experience ✨His mighty hands of Grace upon your life.