Often we feel angry about the prayers we say are not answered, so we use urgent prayer request so that our prayers are answered immediately. Then, Will God Surely Answer Your Prayers?
For those who already know and believe in Him, Jesus seems to be a bit reckless with what He has to offer: “If you abide in Me and My words abide in you, ask whatever you want, and you will receive it.” 5 ” Staying “in Him and His word abiding in them means that they live their lives with an awareness of God, trust in Him, listen to His words. Thus they can ask Him whatever they want.
Another condition: “And this is our courage to believe in Him, namely that He hears our prayers if we ask Him according to His will.” And if we know that He hears us – whatever we ask – then we also know that we have obtained everything we have asked of Him. “6 The Lord answers our prayers according to His will (and according to His) wisdom, His love for us, His holiness, etc.)
Maybe we sometimes think we know how God’s will is because things that seem to make sense to us. Then we make the assumption that there is only one true “answer” for our specific prayers, that assumption is of course that “The thing we ask for is REALLY God’s will”. And often we insist. We live in limited time and knowledge. We only know very little information about a situation and its implications in the future. While God has unlimited understanding. What will happen in our lives only He knows. He has a goal further ahead than we can imagine. Thus, God does not do things so simply because we determine that this must be God’s will.
So, believe in God, believe in the power of prayer, and the power of miracles. God always with us.