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TEXT: Mark 11:20-24
Some of you who have been with us for the past several weeks in the Praying Though the Bible Series will find the background of this passage familiar. Jesus Christ had gone to Jerusalem at the beginning of the Passover week as the time of his crucifixion drew near. He visited the Temple, threw out those who were buying and selling for the second time in his ministry, and declared, "My house shall be called a house of prayer." As he was on his way to the Temple, however, he had an encounter with a fig tree that, by the abundance of leaves, appeared to be full of fruit. He was hungry and went to the fig tree expecting to find fruit. When he found none, he cursed the tree, declaring that no fruit would grow thereon forever.
Jesus used the image of the fig tree to illustrate the spiritual condition of the nation of Israel at that time: seemingly flourishing, but actually fruitless. There was a lot of religiosity going on in Israel, but there was little to no real spiritual fruit. This spiritual deadness was evident in the majority of Jews rejecting Jesus as the Messiah -- which was shown vividly just a few days later when many cried out for Him to be crucified. The destruction of the fig tree was prophetically symbolic of what would happen to the nation of Israel -- with God’s temporary rejection of Israel because of their rejection of Christ, and the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans about 40 years later.
As Jesus and his disciples are passing by the fig tree on their way from Jerusalem, Mark tells us that "Peter calling to remembrance saith unto him, Master, behold, the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away. And Jesus answering saith unto them, Have faith in God." ...
PRAYER FOCUS ON 2 CHRONICILES 7:14 AND ISAIAH 55:6 AS WELL AS ISAIAH 56:7 LUKE 18: 1 MEN OUGHT TO PRAY. PRAYING FOR GOD TO ANSWER PRAYER . PRAYING FOR A SUPERNATURAL DIVINE RELEASE FOR HIS CHILDREN. THE DYNAMICS OF PRAYER. PRAYING FOR HEALING FOR OUR MIND BODY AND SOUL. PRAYING FOR FAMILIES OUR NATION, PRAYING FOR SOULS TO BE SAVED. PRAYING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION AND RESTORATION IN THE BODY OF CHRIST. PRAYING FOR LEADERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. SO GET READY TO PRAY CHILDREN OF THE MOST HIGH GOD !
TEXT: Luke 1:18-20
Certainly, you have heard the expression, "too good to be true." Maybe you have used it from time to time. In our passage today, we come to the portion of Zacharias's story where responds to an answered prayer request as though it were too good to be true. As you know, Zacharias and his wife, Elisabeth, did not have any children. They wanted children, they prayed for children, but as the years progressed it became increasingly evident that children were not in the cards for them.
Until, one day, when Zacharias is faithfully carrying out his duty as a priest, an angel appears to him and says, "Zacharias, your prayer is heard; and your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you shall call his name John." With old age setting in and the great amount of time that had passed since Zacharias had prayed for a son, it is easy to understand his reaction to this sudden and surprising announcement.
The Bible says, "Zacharias said unto the angel, Whereby shall I know this? for I am an old man, and my wife well stricken in years." This is almost exactly the same question that Abraham asks in Genesis 15 when God tells him that he and Sarah will have a child in their old age. It is a reaction of disbelief. Surely, as a priest, Zacharias was familiar with the miraculous births of Isaac, Samuel, Samson, and others.
Have you ever doubted that God would answer your prayer or keep His promise to you? Have you ever told God, 'this is too good to be true'? Have you ever questioned God like Zacharias?
What are some things to remember when we are tempted to doubt that God will answer our prayers?
Right relationship is essential to answered prayer - right relationship to GOD. We come to HIM through JESUS CHRIST
in repentance, in continual humility and submission to the KINGS OF KINGS and LORD OF LORDS and right relationship
with one another. There are Biblical instances where Jesus emphasized right relationship in the context of answered prayer.
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Through prayer, I activate my ability to see the completion of everything I envision all the way through to the end results. I don't have to figure out all of the inbetween activities needed to bring my vision into form; I envision the end results that I desire and I trust the Infinite to guide me through all that is required for fulfillment. Everything I need for successful completion is set in motion for me NOW. All of the resources and assistance in the Omnipresence are in place, and I am emboldened with the inner knowledge ‘that it is done’! Everything is complete in its highest and best form ALL-READY. I see the end in the beginning and I KNOW conclusively THAT IS DONE, DONE, DONE in Divine Order and in a Perfect Way.
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