Before God answers your prayer, He checks for your desire. The bible says "what thing soever you desire, when you pray…". Which means, if it's not a desire in your heart, then it shouldn't be a prayer point in your mouth. Desire is a compelling force; it naturally compels answers to come. The reason why many people are not getting answers to their prayers is probably because their desire for what they're praying for is not strong enough to call forth the answers.
Desire sees how much you can get, while prayer gets how much you can see. If you don't get anything after your prayers, then it means you didn't see anything. The bible says we should "watch and pray"; in other words, "see and get". God told Abraham that He will give only as far as Abraham could see. Desire is a clear picture of what you want, while prayer is a clear fusion that links your desires to reality.
That's how far we'd go on today's Timely Note. But take these last words; EVEN IF YOU PRAY WITH GREAT ELOQUENCE AND ANGELIC ECSTASY, YOUR ANSWERS WILL ONLY BE ESTABLISHED ON THE BASIS OF YOUR DESIRE. Have a most fruitful weekend, in Jesus precious name!
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