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Asking Really Fulfills All Other Specific Conditions of Prayer, Part 22 (The Prayer Motivator Devoti

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Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Psalm 65:2 which reads: "O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come."

Allow me to share with you some important points regarding this verse from Matthew Henry's Commentary:

David gives God glory for hearing prayer. Praise waits for thee; and why is it so ready? "Because thou art ready to grant our petitions. O thou that hearest prayer! thou canst answer every prayer, for thou art able to do for us more than we are able to ask or think, and thou wilt answer every prayer of faith, either in kind or kindness.’’ It is much for the glory of God’s goodness, and the encouragement of ours, that he is a God hearing prayer, and has taken it among the titles of his honour to be so; and we are much wanting to ourselves if we do not take all occasions to give him his title. Because, for that reason, we are ready to run to him when we are in our straits. "Therefore, because thou art a God hearing prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come; justly does every man’s praise wait for thee, because every man’s prayer waits on thee when he is in want or distress, whatever he does at other times. Now only the seed of Israel come to thee, and the proselytes to their religion; but, when thy house shall be called a house of prayer to all people, then unto thee shall all flesh come, and be welcome." To him let us come, and come boldly, because he is a God that hears prayer.

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