Make A Demand, To Bring Into Your Hand!

Demand (Webster’s meaning): (1)to ask or call for with authority : claim as due or just. (2) to call for urgently, imperiously, or insistently.

We as believers can come boldly to God (Hebrews 4:16) for what is rightfully ours because it is promised to us in the word of God. We are made righteous through faith in Jesus, not because of how good we are, but how good God is and the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus’ Blood!

Manufacturers keep making items that are in high demand with their customers. What are we believing God for? Are we being urgent with our requests before God? After asking God, are we thanking Him every day so that we will not get weary or discouraged? Is it possible that a demand has not been put on what we are believing God for is why it has not manifested yet? There are three examples in the bible I would like to mention to strengthen our faith and encourage us.

Example 1: Luke 11:5-9 the parable of the persistent dealt with a person who ran out of food to give a friend who came out of town to visit him. He went to his other friend’s place at midnight asking for loaves of bread. His friend said “don’t bother me.” “I am in bed along with my children.” However, that did not stop him from asking again. Because of his persistence and boldness his friend got up and gave him what he asked for. The same is with God; we keep asking until we receive. Keep seeking and we will find. Keep knocking and the door will be opened.

Example 2: Luke 18: The persistent widow dealt with an unjust judge. She kept coming to him demanding justice. Because she stayed persistent, the judge grew tired of her, gave up and granted her what she asked for. It is the same for those who come to God and cry out to him day and night. He will deliver speedily!

Example 3: Genesis 32 Jacob wrestles with the man/ angel until almost daybreak until he threw his hip out of joint. The man/ angel said “Let me go!” Jacob said “I will not let you go until you bless me.” Jacob’s name was changed to Israel because he struggled with God and man but he still overcame. God blessed him as he requested.

It is just like a child that keeps asking the mom or dad for something. Most children are persistent and the parents would say “I have not forgot.” That is how we should be with our faith. Unless we come as little children, we can’t receive the things of God (Matthew 18:3). My dad’s slang motto: “Stay Wit It, Til You Git It!”

Isaiah 62 came to me one morning. Verses 6-7 NIV: I have posted watchmen on your walls, Jerusalem; they will never be silent day or night.You who call on the Lord,give yourselves no rest,and give him no rest till he establishes Jerusalem and makes her the praise of the earth.

Give God no rest until you have received what is promised!

Make Demand, To Bring Into Your Hand!

Prayer: We thank you that we are made righteous through your Son Jesus Blood. God we put a demand on what we are believing you for until it is manifested just like a little child. God we repent for coming to you under condemnation and a sin conscious way. As long as we repent of our sin and trust in your goodness, not our own, there is no condemnation to those that are in Christ Jesus! We can now come boldly (not with arrogance but confidence in God) before you with our requests that has been promised to us in your word. We will not let go of you God until you bless us! All of your promises are yes and amen. Hallelujah, we give you thanks! In Jesus name, Amen!

2 thoughts on “Make A Demand, To Bring Into Your Hand!

  1. Sharon, I absolutely loved this blog and read! Oftentimes we are taught about how to posture yourself before God in humility and servitude that many of us fail to understand the power in the authority we have through our faith in being able to hold Gold to His word and promises. Thank you so much for the reminder you’ve given and shared with us. I’m placing higher demands on my requests through faith and obedience now.

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