Do you know that your Father has endless blessings and solutions for you? They’re already available to you. Jesus says, “If you ask anything in My name, I will do it.” (John 14:14)

Do you know the essential keys to receiving what God has already promised?

First, you need to ask. Present your need or desire to God.

Second, you must believe that the Lord will meet your need. Jesus is very clear about the steps we are to follow: “Therefore I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them.” (Mark 11:24)

The “believe that you receive” step is challenging for most Christians. Sadly, doubt, misunderstandings, and lack of knowledge keep women and men of faith from the many blessings God has for them.

But you can learn to believe. You can “train yourself” to believe.

It doesn’t happen in a minute. It takes time to renew your mind and learn to trust the Lord.

That’s one powerful reason so many people grow in their faith and learn to believe when they begin the New Year with extended prayer and fasting. It’s why people receive answers to their prayers and even miracles in their lives.

Beginning at sunrise on Sunday, January 8th, join me and thousands of others as we start this New Year with extended prayer and fasting. If you want to discover how to draw nearer to God and strengthen your faith, then I hope you’ll join me as we turn from the challenges and darkness in the world to our God’s hope and light.

Please click the link below to learn more about the New Year Fast.

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I hope you’ll join me and thousands of others for this sacred experience. I think of the New Year Fast as going away on a spiritual retreat with God as the leader. He has so much to show us – and it’s all good!

Let God meet your needs, whether they are financial or about your health. Perhaps you are struggling in a relationship. Or you want to learn more about prayer and how to hear from God.

Your loving Father has the answers. Your part is to turn to Him, ask, and believe.

What are your hopes for the New Year? Post below. Let us pray for you.