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Vital signs- Friday, June 30th,2023

When we kneel with God in prayer, we ask for help. Jesus asked God for help! Why would we think for a moment that we couldn't do the same?  

In baptism, we are submerged and it represents leaving some things behind in the waters of redemption. Just as Jesus needed strengthening, we need strengthening. We experience newness of life extended through the sacrifice of Jesus. What are you believing God for that you need to bring to him for help? We need to believe God can and will help us.  We need to ask.  

Jesus himself prayed for the removal of the cup that was intended for Him. We don’t need to ask for our circumstances only to change, but for God to do something transformational within us. 

There is a great possibility that God wants to strengthen and transform us in the midst of our circumstances, that causes us to look more like Christ. We must win some battles on our knees, so that we can win some battles later. God wants to empower us and grace us, transforming us to look more like Christ. He wants to change us in the midst of this surrendering and do something eternal within us.   

What are you believing for that you need to bring to God for help? 

“And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us.”

‭‭1 John‬ ‭5‬:‭14‬ ‭ESV‬‬

Team Wade loves you and is praying for you❤️👊

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