Watchman’s Daily Devotional: Psalm 37:4 Quotes David as Saying That if We Put Our Trust in God, He Would Grant Our Hearts’ Desires. We Conform Our Wills to God’s Since He Is Our Greatest Joy

Daily Devotional


1 John 5:14-15 This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. And if we know that he hears us-whatever we ask-we know that we have what we asked of him.

Jesus tells us to ask and guarantees that we will receive (Matthew 7:7). He also promised to fulfill whatever request we made in His name. John says that we must ask in accordance with His will, which sums up what it means to ask in His name. It is His authority that grants requests made in His name. He has dominion over that which is of His will.


The one guided by the Spirit brings God's will to earth via prayer. His heart and the Father's heart are one. He has the same desires as the Father. According to David (Psalm 37:4), if we take pleasure in God, He will grant us our heart's desires. Our desires align with God's because He is our delight.

We can be completely sure that God will answer our prayers in His own time when we understand that they are His will. We have great faith when we pray. John is particularly talking about offering prayers to someone who has stumbled. Prior to repentance and restoration, we pray first for conviction.

We might conclude that there was a lot of conflict within the church based on the emphasis of this letter. There has to be conflict among the people. He undoubtedly stressed that we cannot hate a brother if we are followers of Christ for this reason.
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For those folks, offer up prayers. Acknowledge that sin is the cunning destroyer obstructing their vision. It is the sin that deserves your wrath and condemnation, not the person who fell into the trap set by evil. Your perspective will shift, and you'll discover God's compassion for other people. You can be confident that your prayers will be heard since you will be praying in accordance with God's will.

Ask yourself: How should I pray for the person I'm angry with in God's eyes? How does God feel about that individual?

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