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#180 Personal Awakening, the WHO & the Info War w/ Dr. Kathy Willis


'“Ask, and the gift is yours. Seek, and you’ll discover. Knock, and the door will be opened for you. For every persistent one will get what he asks for. Every persistent seeker will discover what he longs for. And everyone who knocks persistently will one day find an open door. '



Similarly to this scripture, James 4:2-3 tells us that we have not because we ask not. Another scripture that speaks to this subject is Proverbs 25:2 which says that it is the glory of the Lord to conceal a matter, and it is the glory of kings to search it out. We were made to seek, to ask, to pursue. One hallmark of the modern church is complacency and this idea that if something is “the Lord’s will” it will just happen. Well the scriptures say very clearly otherwise. The scriptures tell us that we have a responsibility and an assignment to seek, to knock, to ask, to persist. And if we neglect doing that, we only have ourselves to blame for the outcome. Whatever the matter is -- if it’s a health challenge, a financial challenge, a spiritual question, a desire to see change in a law -- it is our job to do the research, to ask the questions, to knock on the doors and to persist until the day that we find the open door. No where in the scripture does it say, if you get tired, go ahead and give up. What it does say in Ephesians 6:13 is that when you have done all, stand. When you have done all and exhausted every single avenue you can find, knocked every door you can find, spoken to every person who can help -- stand on the promises of God. Stand on His Word. Stand.

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