In Jesus’ name

“Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in my name, he will give it you. Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my name: ask, and ye shall receive, that your joy may be full.”
( John 16:23-24 )

Many institutions have their unique dress codes and work ethics or professional conducts that regulate the way they go about work and their lives at such institutions. The dress code distinguishes such workers from other workers and their conduct sets them apart in a way that other people may not be able to identify except people at the top hierarchy of affairs in that organization. In today’s verse of scripture, Jesus was telling His disciples that whatever they would ask the father in His name, would be given to them. This template or procedure for getting the father to release our needs is like the dress code of corporate organizations. It sets our prayer apart for immediate attention and release of our answers. The disciples might have been asking Jesus to help them all these while but not the Father. So Jesus tells them to ask the father that their joy may be full. The fullness of our joy is to some extent tied to the fulfillment of our needs and heart desires. We would agree that if someone has a need that is not met, they would not be as happy or joyous as one who had their needs met. But now we know the approach to get our joy restored and full. We know that whatever we ask the Father in Jesus’ name is ours because His name is a signet of approval. Ask; tell God your real needs. The ones that burden you and rob you of your joy and peace. Tell Him about it all.

Prayer_Bead: Holy Father, thank you for answering all my prayers and giving me all I ask in Jesus’ name. Thank you for enlarging the coast of my joy by meeting my needs.

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