Weekly Focus Article
ASK AND IT SHALL BE GIVEN TO YOU
When Jesus Christ said "ask and it shall be given to you" in Matthew 7:7, just what does this mean? Can we just ask God for anything? Or are there restrictions on what we can ask God? Have you tried asking God for things, and how has that asking worked for you? This week's 29-page Focus Article entitled "ASK AND IT SHALL BE GIVEN TO YOU" examines Matthew 7:7 at length and explains the correct application for this statement. - View Article
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