Vital signs- Saturday, September 18th, 2021


Ask God to Help You Get There Once you have found your promise in God's Word, pray and ask God for success, just as Eliezer did in today's verse. Is it really okay to pray for success? Yes! If you aren't praying for success, what's the alternative? Are you going to pray for God to make you a failure? Eliezer clearly shows us that it is okay to ask God for success in accomplishing a goal as long as the motive is right. When your success helps people and honors God, praying for success does not become a selfish act. So my question to you today is this: Are you praying about your goals? Are you praying about your future? Are you praying about your dreams or are you just kind of keeping them to yourself? Your prayers reveal a couple of things. First, they reveal how serious you are about your goals. If you don't pray about them, you really don't care about them that much. If you only pray about them once, they are not a desire, they are just a whim. The other thing your prayers reveal is how much you are depending on God to reach your goals. If you never pray about your goals, never pray about your job, never pray about your finances, you are not depending on God in any of those areas. The more you depend on God, the more you'll pray.


“Then he said, “O Lord God of my master Abraham, please give me success this day, and show kindness to my master Abraham.”

‭‭Genesis‬ ‭24:12‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

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