This is what the LORD says—the LORD who made the earth, who formed and established it, whose name is the LORD: Ask me and I will tell you remarkable secrets you do not know about things to come.” (Jeremiah 33:2-3 NLT)
God assured Jeremiah that he had only to ask God and God would answer (see also Psalm 145:18; Isaiah 58:9; Matthew 7:7). God is ready to answer our prayers, but we must ask for his assistance. Surely God could take care of our needs without our asking. But when we ask, we are acknowledging that he alone is God and that we cannot accomplish in our own strength all that is his domain to do. When we ask, we must humble ourselves, lay aside our willfulness and worry, and determine to obey him. (Tyndale Study Bible)
I have said this before a couple of time; what a fantastic thing the Creation is. Anybody that thinks it just happened is, in my opinion, completely crazy. The smartest scientists in the world can’t get to the bottom of creation. Like I said before, they will discover in God’s time.
And let me be clear – there is only one God, no matter what people say. And what’s more, only one Jesus. So why not just go all the way? Accept Jesus as your saviour.
So ask, as the scripture says, ask God and rely on Him for everything. When we pray, we acknowledge that we need to depend on Him.
“Lord, all glory to You. I pray that I have clear thoughts for only You. Please help me with my daily struggles. May I rely on You for everything. Thank you, Lord. In Jesus name. Amen”