Don’t Dare Ask for What You Deserve

By Tiffany Bretana

I hear the Lord say, tell My people to not dare ask for what you deserve, NOR shall you say I deserve this, this is a result of what I have done (for good or for bad).

The Lord says, ask for what you don’t deserve (MERCY) and unmerited favor (GRACE) in every situation you meet yourself in.

Hebrews 4:16 Therefore let us with privilege approach the throne of grace that is, the throne of God’s gracious favor with confidence and without fear, so that we may receive mercy for our failures and find His amazing grace to help in time of need an appropriate blessing, coming just at the right moment.

I am the Lord thy God, great and mighty to save.

Ask My friend Abraham, who lied about Sarah as being his sister to Abimelech, which led him in predicament, and yet I gave him favor with the king and prevented the king from sinning against Me (Genesis 20).

You being from the Seed of Abraham, will I not do the same for you as I have done for Isaac, Abraham’s son? (Genesis 26) Are you not the the spiritual seed of Abraham, the father of faith?

Romans 4:16-22 Therefore, inheriting the promise depends entirely on faith that is, confident trust in the unseen God, in order that it may be given as an act of grace His unmerited favor and mercy, so that the promise will be legally guaranteed to all the descendants of Abraham—not only for those Jewish believers who keep the Law, but also for those Gentile believers who share the faith of Abraham, who is the spiritual father of us all— as it is written in Scripture, “I have made you a father of many nations” in the sight of Him in whom he believed, that is, God who gives life to the dead and calls into being that which does not exist. In hope against hope Abraham believed that he would become a father of many nations, as he had been promised by God: “So numberless shall your descendants be.” Without becoming weak in faith he considered his own body, now as good as dead for producing children since he was about a hundred years old, and he considered the deadness of Sarah’s womb. But he did not doubt or waver in unbelief concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong and empowered by faith, giving glory to God, being fully convinced that God had the power to do what He had promised. Therefore his faith was credited to him as righteousness right standing with God.

Author: Tiffany Bretana

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