Jesus paints a picture of shameless audacious prayers availing much. Knocking, asking, seeking until our hearts’ desires are realized.
But He further explains, we ask like a child petitioning our parents. We do not beg God. If our prayers are aligned with His heart, God desires for us to have our petitions more than we want it. We do not pray in fear. We trust all things work together for good. We ask, seek, knock in faith, knowing our Heavenly Father loves to shower good gifts on His children.
Have you been persistent in prayer? Keep praying. Keep believing. Keep knocking. Doors are opening. Blessings are coming. God is a faithful Father.
“So it is with your prayers. Ask and you’ll receive. Seek and you’ll discover. Knock on heaven’s door, and it will one day open for you. Every persistent person will get what he asks for. Every persistent seeker will discover what he needs. And everyone who knocks persistently will one day find an open door.
If imperfect parents know how to lovingly take care of their children and give them what they need, how much more will the perfect heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit’s fullness when his children ask him.””
Luke 11:9-10, 13 TPT