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You are invited by God to ask and receive anything that you want—not only what you need, but what you want that is covered by the promises of God. I am aware this is startling to you, and it is contrary to modern thinking among Christians, but it is true. You can see this by the promises you have read. Read them again and see for yourself. Forget all limitations. Forget the old prayer “if it be Thy will,” for it is already God's will for you to “ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you” (Jn. 15:7; 16:23-26; Mk. 11:22-24). Why throw any reflection upon God by asking Him if it is His will when He has already made clear His will? In other words, what God has promised that is already His will—so ask and receive. It is only the things that are not specifically covered by the promises that you need to seek the will of God for.


Do you realize what this means? All your personal needs—financial, business, social, religious, physical, moral, spiritual, or any personal problem of any kind, you are promised by God that if you ask you shall receive (Mt. 7:7-11; 17:20; 21:21-22). What more do you want? Could God make it any clearer? Do you insist that God must personally rebuke you for your unbelief before you actually wake up to realize the abundance promised you? It matters not what your needs are. Don't limit God or His promises. Be daring and aggressive in asking and receiving. If you limit the promises, you limit your faith; and if you limit your faith, you limit the supply by limiting God to give according to your faith. You will get exactly what you have faith for. The principle of receiving is “According to your faith be it unto you” (Mt. 8:13; 9:29; Mk. 11:22-24; Jas. 1:5-9; Heb. 11:6). The promises are unlimited. God is unlimited. The believer is unlimited if he will exercise unlimited faith (Mk. 9:23; 11:22-24; Mt. 7:7-11; 18:15-19; 21:21-22; Jn. 14:12-15; 15:7, 16; 16:23-26). 

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