Saying, What wilt thou that I shall do unto thee? And he said, Lord, that I may receive my sight.
SPECIFICITY IS AN expression of faith in the Father’s ability to meet us at the point of our faith.
Many Believers find it difficult to be specific with God in their prayers. The major reason is because they are not exactly sure it will be granted them. They are afraid of being disappointed! They think they will be asking too much if they are specific.
But the Father will have us be very specific.
The blind man came to the Master and the Master did not presume what he wanted. He asked the man exactly what he wanted.
The man may not have wanted sight. He may have wanted a relative saved. So the Master had to let the man express his faith.
The man clearly declared that he wanted his sight restored. And that is exactly what he got. God will give you what you ask for.
When you pray, be specific. Specificity pleases God. He is not intimidated but elated when you pray specifically.
Don’t be afraid, the Father delights in your specific prayers. Be bold and courageous. Be very specific!
Make this confession with me now: i declare God’s incredible blessings over my life. I will see an explosion of God’s goodness, a sudden widespread increase. I will experience the surpassing greatness of God’s favor. It will elevate me to a level higher than I ever dreamed of. Explosive blessings are coming my way. I am an explosive blessing every where i go. This is the greatest year i have seen so far! alleluia!
God bless you richly
Rev. Walter Timothy
The Super Church
Rev. Walter Timothy
Rev. Walter Timothy is a dynamic teacher of God’s word, whose teaching ministry dissolves doubts and establishes faith in the hearts of his hearers. He has a passion to see souls saved and for the church to come to maturity. Many have received healing through his healing ministry.
Ephesians 4:11-13 is the great motivation for his ministry towards the saints. He is the outstanding Author of several books, through his TV ministry thousands has been brought to the reality of the victorious life that is in Christ Jesus.
View all posts by Rev. Walter Timothy