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Hey there, world changer!
I don’t know about you, but I pray BIG prayers. I pray for impossible things because I believe we serve a God of miracles that can do infinitely, abundantly more than we could ever comprehend or imagine (Ephesians 3:20).
I have found that what I’m praying for has everything to do with the level of my faith and my belief in the very character and nature of God. If I have faith in a big God, I can pray big things. If I believe God is good, I can ask God to do good things in my life. If I believe God wants to bless me, I can come into agreement with His blessing and favor in my life.
I want to encourage you to assess your prayer life because what you pray for has everything to do with the kind of life you’re going to live. If you want to see great and mighty things happen in your life and you desire God to move, you’ve got to pray BIG prayers.
Maybe you’re thinking, “Well, Ashley I don’t know where to start…” I have a great prayer for you to start praying. It’s a popular prayer found in 1 Chronicles 4:10. It’s known as the prayer of Jabez. “And Jabez called on the God of Israel saying, “Oh that you would bless me indeed, and enlarge my territory, that your hand would be with me and that you would keep me from evil, that I might not cause pain! So, God granted him what he requested.”
Did you notice the last sentence in the passage? God granted Jabez’s request. Isn’t that amazing? God answers prayer and loves when we call on His name.
I am believing God is going to do infinitely, abundantly more in your life than you can comprehend or imagine. It is his desire to bless you. All you need to is ask!
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