Daily Devotional- MORNINGTIME 3401

Daily Devotional. ASK, and it shall be given you; SEEK, and ye shall find; KNOCK, (A.S.K.) and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened. Matthew 7:7-8. This is the Promise to all who come seeking for Christ and His Forgiveness. Even with the growing Famine in the land, NO ONE WILL LACK FINDING CHRIST AND NO ONE WILL THIRST FOR HIS WORD AGAIN. He is All in all and He is Sufficient to handle all your needs, and if you’ll fully Trust Him, He’ll even take care of all your Wants, His Way, if you’ll Trust His Answers for your Life. And even more, as you Grow in Christ and in Obedience unto His Word, you’ll find your Heart and needs coming every more in tune with the Heart and Burdens of Christ. His Way will become your way, and His Heart’s Cry will become your heart’s cry. Growing in this, you’ll look back and see that more and more of your Prayers being answered just as you ask them, because they will be in alignment with Christ Himself. This leads to your Walk with, in, to, and through Christ as a Beautifully Synchronized Moving As One, WITH THE LIVING GOD OF ALL CREATION AND SALVATION. THAT, is a beautiful thing, to have you and the Lord Jesus moving together as One. Without Christ you are nothing, but WITH Christ, you will be EVERYTHING that Christ is calling you to be, IN THIS SIDE OF ETERNITY. Right here, right now, is your one shot in ALL of Eternity to get it right. Christ’s death on the cross didn’t create a Void, IT FULFILLED ALL OF HIS PROMISES FOR AND TO YOU. So, ASK Christ into your Life, ASK for all He has for you, and Walk in His Way on this side, and the next. You’ll find it more than you’ve ever dreamed of. And YOUR Testimony will encourage others to come to Christ and ASK for all that He has for them. Christ is Building His Church and Purifying His Bride, and you get to Live in and with all His Benefits. Such a simple verse with such Great Results of how to, Be Blessed. 

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