Sunday Stillness – Mark 11:24

Sunday Stillness – Mark 11:24

Mark-11-24

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I am reading through the New Testament with Margaret Feinberg as a Lenten exercise. I started earlier because I knew I needed more time than 40 days.

As I read through Mark, I came across:

Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours (Mark 11:24, NIV).

We doubt a lot. We wonder if it would be possible for God to answer our prayers. And here Jesus says, “believe you have received it.”

In The Message I read this:

Include everything as you embrace this God-life, and you’ll get God’s everything (Mark 11:24, The Message).

Embracing the God-life – listening to His Voice, acting on His Word, praying persistently.

Every day I try harder and harder to do this. And I have seen miracles, divine appointments and God moving mountains.

I believe I have received it when I pray. Do you?

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16 thoughts on “Sunday Stillness – Mark 11:24

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  2. messymarriage

    This is an area where I struggle, Janis. I pray that God would increase my faith, and I think He has, but I have a long way to go! Thanks for stopping by my place! I didn’t know about your link up, so I joined tonight and I’ll be back next week too!

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  3. Laura Rath

    Hi Janis,
    This is a good reminder for me. So often I get frustrated at life, and in that frustration I think I sometimes stop asking or praying for the miracle. But our God says to keep asking. So thankful for that.
    Blessings,
    Laura

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    1. JanisCox Post author

      Laura,
      Praying that you can pray through the frustration and find the peace that only God can give. May He bless you mightily.
      Blessings,
      Janis

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  4. Jill Foley

    I’m so glad you mentioned your Lenten plan to read through the NT….I’ve been trying to figure out what my Bible reading plan should look like during Lent and this is perfect. I’ll be joining in!

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    1. JanisCox Post author

      Oh Jennifer,
      I like that – if I didn’t doubt mountains could be moved. May we trust Him to move those mountains.
      Blessings,
      Janis

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