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Winning Methods In Prayer

Key Verse

“Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you” (Matthew 7:7).

Text — Matthew 7:7-12


A story was told of a widow who was being oppressed by her adversary, and having no defender, approached a judge of the city to ASK for his help to win the case. After asking and the judge would not listen immediately, she continued to SEEK for his attention until the judge granted her request because, “by her continual coming” (to KNOCK), she could weary him (Luke 18:1-5).

This widow’s example is a winning method in prayer for anyone today who needs divine intervention. What is the matter of concern to you or someone close to you? You simply must A.S.K.

A ASK, in prayer in the name of Jesus, and receive for everyone that asks receives,

S SEEK, by prayer, and you will find solution just as everyone who did also found; and

K KNOCK, through prayer, until the door of blessing is opened to you like others too.

Remember that prayers of sinners are abominable to God. Therefore, ensure you are in good relationship with God. Those who don’t forgive their offenders may not receive answers unless they repent.  


You simply must A.S.K.


Ask and Receive.

Prayer for today

Oh God, let me receive as I ask, in Jesus’ name.

Pastor W.F. Kumuyi
About Author - Pastor W.F. Kumuyi

Listed among “500 most powerful people on the planet” by the Foreign Policy magazine in 2013, Pastor (Dr.) William F. Kumuyi is the founder and General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry (DCLM) headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria. DCLM started in 1973 as a 15-member Bible study group right in Kumuyi’s apartment at University of Lagos where he was a lecturer. His revolutionary Bible teaching on personal holiness and commitment to evangelism soon gained so much traction and resulted in a widespread revival.

1 comment

  1. Good morning beloved brethren, I trust you all slept well? May the grace of God continue to strengthen you in your labour of love in His vineyard, in Jesus’ Name, Amen. Please, I observed that there was an interchange of the ‘Quote’ and ‘Challeng’ for the Higher Everyday of today. The ‘Quote’ in the hard copy is “You simply must A.S.K.”; while the ‘Challeng’ is “Ask and receive”. Also, I am of the belief that the ‘Quote’ should be stressed with an exclamation mark at the end, i.e. – “You simply must A.S.K.!” Have a wonderful day.

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