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 "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened to you. For it is always he who asks that receives, he who seeks finds, and he who knocks that has the door opened to him."Matthew 7:7           In our daily time of prayer & worship, which flows from deep within us, it's not the QUANITY of time we spend but rather the QUALITY of this time that is important! Each of these main words in this verse; Ask, Seek, and Knock have a seperate and different result. Ask and IT will be given. This IT is that for which we are asking. IT will be given to the one who asks. We can trust the Lord to rightly respond to our asking. This asking must be according to the will of the Lord, which we will learn as we spend (trade) the QUALITY time in His presence. Faith comes the more we know Him. Then confidently we know we receive when we ask!  Seeking goes beyond our asking to receive...Seeking is discovering as we know Him better as a person. In asking we desire or need "something." In seeking we want the Lord to reveal Himself to us, to KNOW Him intimately. In both the asking & seeking we receive but very differently! Knocking is distinct from asking or seeking. "Knock and it will be opened to you" not "for" you but "to" you! Not given, but rather a doorway into a new realm or dimension will be opened before us...a birthing into a higher spiritual realm or to an open door that was closed before! The attitude & intention of our heart must be right for things like this to happen...The Lord WANTS to impart the faith to bring into being for what we are asking...  


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