The petition - Deepstash

The petition

  • Sit down and write out your petition.
  • Then search the Scriptures to make sure that your request is in line with His will for you. Include those Scriptures in your petition. As you do this, you will find that your faith is rising. Your hope will turn to faith as you come to know what God's Word has to say about your situation.
  • Address it to the court of justice, which is judged by our Father up in Heaven.
  • Jesus is our advocate who is mediating for us before the Supreme Justice.
  • The various verses are the various legal clauses that demand us our rights as the sheep of his flock.


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A medical student who is interested in the comings and goings of the universe.

A book on how to pray for things that would almost seem impossible for man, in order to get a favorable outcome from God. This is only a very vague summary of the book and I would highly recommend that interested people give it a read. Its short and very well written, especially because Buddy has given his experiences and how he had his prayers answered.

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