That day when we decide to tell the Lord that we can’t take it a any longer. Sometimes even with tears, and we come and talk to him of what is deep in our hearts. We are willing to give up on something we were not willing to. We make promises. We are finally willing to accept whatever is the will of God. We feel that we release something.
I remember watching the Incredible Hull. It’s incredible how adrenaline is activated in the body on a crucial moment. But it does not happen to everyone. Probably the difference is faith. The one that gets it, does not leave any space for dough. He only does what he desires to do to save himself or someone he loves. Their minds seems to be saying I got a do it and they just do it.
Even to correct a child, you need to believe that he will obey you. The lack of faith make you a weak parent. Sometimes, it’s not faith but knowledge. If you don’t know that a baby will refuse the food and still eat it, you may stop your attempt to feed him. If you do not believe that you actually have the power over your young kid, he won’t believe it either.
- When we pray, we need to want what we are asking for.
- We need to have an undivided mind. Sometimes we want something and later, we do not.
- We need to believe that it’s possible in our minds. Sometimes we pray and we can’t imagine as real what we are asking for.
- If someone ask you, are going to receive your petition. You couldn’t sincerely answer yes. You will say, I do not know.
- We need to be able to answer why the Lord will answer my pray.
- There are many responses in the bible, our manual. If I am able to believe to a promise, probably I can be certain that He will answer my pray.
- We need to pray according to the will of God.
- We need to make peace with God. If there is anything in our lives that take us away from him, we need to give it up. We need to repent to be in harmony with him.