God does want you to seek his guidance, but he does not want to remove your need for faith by always telling you the future. So if you ask him a reasonable yes or no question, it’s likely he will give you a clear answer.
Can I ask questions to God?
Ask God about yourself.
This is maybe the most fun kind of question to ask. You probably have heard so many things from other people about how God sees you, and even read lots of Bible verses (which is great!) but there’s something powerful about just letting the Holy Spirit speak directly to your heart in the silence.
Is it OK to ask God why?
And it’s OK to do. Just…be ready for God’s answer. … God will give it to you – and He won’t rebuke you for asking. But if you do ask, you’d better ask in faith, not doubting the answer you get.
How do I ask God for something?
Ask God specifically for what you want.
Tell God what you want or need and ask Him to provide that for you. Be specific about your request. Even though God knows what you want and need, He wants you to ask Him for it. God can answer vague prayers, but being specific creates a deeper bond between you and Him.
Does God say yes or no?
God says yes to any request that is in accordance with His will. … “Jesus says yes to all of God’s many promises. It is through Jesus that we say, ‘Let it be so,’ when we give thanks to God. God is the One who makes our faith strong in Christ.
Can I ask God questions in heaven?
The Bible tells us in Revelation 22:3, 4 that when we get to Heaven God will be there and we will see His face. In heaven sin will be all gone so there won’t be anything to separate us from God which means that we will be able to talk to Him and ask Him any questions that we may have.
What 3 questions would you like to ask God?
Here’s some good questions I liked to ask myself to look up:
- What is my purpose?
- What are some stories of people going through my similar hardships?
- How should I act when something makes me angry?
- How can I prevent myself from getting angry?
- How can I be happier in my life?
What should I ask God for?
7 Things To Ask God For When You Don’t Know What You Need
- Wisdom. “If you need wisdom, ask our generous God, and he will give it to you. …
- Strength. “He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.” — …
- Guidance. …
- Confidence. …
- Courage. …
- Peace. …
- Freedom from fear.
Why do we ask God why me?
When we ask “Why Me?” we make our circumstances more important than Jesus. … It’s hard to keep our eyes on the prize of Jesus, but he is what makes sense when nothing else does. When he said, “I am the way and the truth and the life.” (John 14:6, NIV), he was showing us the path through all our “Why Me?” experiences.
What does God say about asking for things?
7 Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye. shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: 8 For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh. findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.
Can you ask God for a sign?
In short, signs are often a confirmation that a person needs to believe. If we ask for a sign, it’s because we have a doubt. But God wants His children to walk by faith (Hebrews 1:38). … God is not against signs, He complied with the request of Gideon and many others.
Can you pray with your mind?
You can pray mentally through your thoughts: “’The worshipper must pray with a detached spirit, concentrated attention, in unconditional surrender of the will to God, and spiritual passion. ‘
Will God give us what we ask for?
Obviously (hopefully it’s becoming obvious at least) the answer is no – God does not always give us what we want. We already saw that God gives according to His will – not ours. But – there’s more. … 14 This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.
Why does God say not yet?
If He said “not yet”, He is delaying whatever it is (that job, that man, that baby) for a reason. Please don’t think that as you’re waiting and trusting that you’re supposed to be idle. You still have a responsibility. Just because God told you “not yet” doesn’t give you permission to veer off path or be lazy.
How do I know God is saying no or wait?
Bill Hybel once said, “If the request is wrong, God says ‘No. ‘ If the timing is wrong, God says ‘Slow. ‘ If you are wrong, God says ‘Grow. ‘ But if the request is right and the timing is right and you are right, God says ‘Go.
Why do God say no?
He is a God of love, so when He says “No,” it is not to be mean or to hurt us. There are lessons to be learned when He says “No”: … God wants to know that we trust Him.